Well-known, popular New York City – Manhattan district street. Named after the fourth President of the United States, John Madison. Pricey real-estate, high-end shopping, and large advertising agencies are trade-mark characteristics. The street attracts the elite clientele to flagship stores top designers paid top dollar to open.

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