The Upper East Side elicits many classical qualities of New York City. Bounded by the East River, Central Park, and 59th to 96th Street, the Upper East Side can be further subdivided into Carnegie Hill, Yorkville, Lenox Hill, and Sutton Place. Each distinct residential neighborhood is highly sought after by both families and professionals due to effortless access to Central Park, prestigious private schools, and numerous hospitals. The Upper East Side’s sophistication and poise is as poignant as ever, even as the neighborhoods within adapt to the standards of today. Lavish designer boutiques, world-renowned museums, and residences rich with history and refinement merge with modern conveniences creating a truly desirable residential neighborhood. The Upper East Side exudes style and class.
96th Street Station
92 apartments, mostly studios and one bedrooms. These charming townhouses provide a unique “homey” environment on the Upper East Side. Close to the Lexington Avenue subway, the Mount Sinai Medical Center, Central Park, the 92nd Street Y, and a variety of restaurants and bars. The bright apartments with high ceilings, feature exposed brick, hardwood floors, and 10-foot ceilings. Many units have fireplaces, and all are newly renovated with modern baths and kitchens with top quality appliances.