everything you want in a neighborhood
Overflowing with museums, restaurants, shops and convenience, the neighborhood is home to some of the most iconic cultural institutions and most iconic New Yorkers in history. Trace the footsteps of Robber Barons like Frick and Carnegie up 5th Avenue’s Museum Mile; while away a day in the Metropolitan Museum, or the Museum of New York, or find a shady spot to relax in Central Park. Every thoroughfare - Madison, Lexington and the numbered avenues are filled with shops and conveniences, and every passing street is home to intimate secrets there to be discovered. Public transportation and easy access to the highway make getting away and home simple.
A community and cultural center offering celebrated performances, talks, screenings, classes, and more.
The 2.5 mile long and half mile wide park is home to amazing attractions like the Conservatory Garden, the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis reservoir and the Loeb Boathouse, to name a few.
Enjoy views of the East River, Queens, and the Randall’s Island while going for your morning run or nightly stroll after dinner
This institution is devoted to showcasing Latin American and Caribbean art. There is also a heavy emphasis on showing works from the Puerto Rican community in New York City.
Celebrating New York City, this museum is dedicated to educate the public about the city’s distinctive character and diversity by showing works of art, artifacts, and films.
An art museum devoted to the artistic and cultural heritage of the Jewish people. This is also the first Jewish museum in the United States and the oldest existing Jewish museum in the world.
One of the three Smithsonian museums in the city, the Cooper Hewitt is the only museum in the United States devoted to both historical and contemporary design. Rotating exhibitions offer a glimpse into its 240 years’ worth of design collections.
Usually known as just ‘The Guggenheim,’ the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed modern art museum is known mainly for its unique rotunda design and minimalist aesthetic.
This institution showcases early twentieth-century German and Austrian art and design in William Starr Miller mansion.
The finale of Museum Mile, and known as ‘the Met’, is the largest art museum in the United States housing art in different mediums from all around the world.
An upscale American restaurant well-known for its brunch and lunch faire.
Right across from the 92nd St Y, a high-end Italian establishment serving pasta, seafood, and cocktails.
A small deli that is Upper East Side competition to Katz’s and Carnegie, a staple known for its overstuffed pastrami and corned beef sandwiches.
Continuing to Brooklyn along the West Side
Uptown service to the Bronx and Downtown service to City Hall.
A private Catholic school for girls, grades Nursery through 12th, focused teaching leadership and preparing young women for college.
A public Kindergarten through Fifth grade school.
Fifth grade through Eighth grade school.
A private, coeducational school offering education for Kindergarten through Fifth grade.
A public college preparatory high school administered by Hunter College of the City University of New York.
One of the leaders in medical and scientific training and education of biomedical research and patient care.
One of the oldest and largest teaching hospitals in the country offering a wide range of inpatient care specialties.
Affiliated with New York Medical College and part of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation, which is the largest municipal hospital system in the country.