- the West Side
- the western part of ↑Manhattan in New York City, from ↑Fifth Avenue to the ↑Hudson River. It contains ↑Rockefeller Center, ↑Times Square, ↑Madison Square Garden, ↑Macy's, ↑Carnegie Hall and the theatre district. The Upper West Side has the ↑Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and ↑Columbia University.
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