Howard Morrel Team | UPPER EAST SIDE
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UPPER EAST SIDE

The most affluent neighborhood of New York City, The Upper East Side is safe, fashionable, and green. Situated in uptown Manhattan from 59th Street to 96th Street, and East River to Fifth Avenue-Central Park, The Upper East Side is lined with leafy avenues, historic mansions, and landmarked brownstones. Home to world-class museums along Museum Mile, expensive restaurants and boutiques on Madison Avenue, and elite schools and historic architecture throughout the district, The Upper East Side is a beautiful, impressive and chic part of Manhattan.
Since its settlement in the late eighteenth century, the Upper East Side has attracted the wealthy and the influential. Nicknamed “The Silk Stocking District” for its abundance of aristocratic names like Rockefeller, Roosevelt, and Whitney, NYC’s Upper East Side also appeals to the more modern royalty of Woody Allen, Eliot Spitzer and Lady Gaga. Wealthy industrialists built their mansions along Millionaire’s Row, a stretch of Fifth Avenue that would eventually become the stately and renowned Museum Mile. Gorgeously maintained pre-war apartments and brownstones still cluster on Park Avenue’s garden-lined streets, markers of a historic middle class of skilled artisans. These streets bloom in a haze of color in spring and summer. Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Kramer vs. Kramer, and The Muppets Take Manhattan are only a few of the famed film titles that are set in their Upper East Side due to the area’s stunning architecture, trendy boutiques and cultural institutions.
Central Park can be explored easily, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Guggenheim Museum provide one of the densest displays of culture in one neighborhood. Madison Avenue’s famed shops make sure that the Upper East Side remains on the cutting-edge of haute couture, and the presence of several consulates and the Council on Foreign Relations indicate that the powerful influence of the Upper East Side persists. A bastion of privilege and influence, the Upper East Side is a popular neighborhood for anyone looking to make a mark in New York City.

Nearby Transportation

86th Street & Lexington Avenue

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77th Street & Lexington Avenue

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Commute Times

4Columbus Circle 26m by train, 9m by car

4Grand Central 17m by train, 10m by car

4Union Square 26m by train, 17m by car

4Wall Street 37m by train, 26m by car

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