1. A 26th-course tasting menu from Masa in the Time Warner Centre makes it the most expensive restaurant in the city. Just 26 seats in the whole place and 26 courses to work your way through it's all. about the numbers at the Masa and the biggest number of all is the bill at the end you can expect to pay between 400 and 700 dollars per person for this menu which is selected by the chef and extremely exclusive.
2. The famous Empire State building is so big; it has its own zip code. It houses 1000 different businesses and started over 50 movies.
3. The AT&T skyscraper in Tribeca has absolutely no windows. Built-in 1974 it was designed to store technical telephone switching equipment. Its architect created it to survive nuclear fallout hence no windows and each floor is 18 feet high. It's not exactly pretty but if a nuclear war ever hits Manhattan at least no one will lose phone signal!
4. 800 languages are spoken in New York, making it the most diverse linguistic population in the world. Just 51 percent of New Yorkers speak English at home. New York is famously a city of immigrants where people come from all over the world to live the American dream; as a result, the population is extremely diverse. Spanish, French Creole, Russian and Yiddish are some of the most common languages spoken.
5. One in 21 New Yorkers is a millionaire. The average price of an apartment in Manhattan is now 1.87 million dollars. So you literally need to be a multi-millionaire to buy a property in the city once you have got the apartment ticked off though it is a millionaire’s playground with the most famous streets, restaurants, and department stores in the world what's not to love!