The Upper East Side is a neighborhood in Manhattan, located between Central Park and the East River. It is one of Manhattan’s most famous neighborhoods, featuring rows of landmark townhouses. It stretches from 59th Street north to near 96th Street. The area is also the location of some of the most famous museums in the world. These museums are situated along Fifth Avenue, facing Central Park. This stretch of Fifth Avenue has come to be known as “Museum Mile.” Among the museums you’ll find here are the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Asia Society, The Jewish Museum and the Goethe-Institute New York. Living here, you can spend days wandering each of the museums, as well as the area’s restaurants and, of course, Central Park. Whether you’re a Graduate student or family of six, your choice of residential opportunities are nearly unlimited. You can find Apartments for those on a tight ... Read More
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