Introduction
We all know the Upper East Side — of course we do, it’s legendary. We know its history, we know its culture, we know it’s civilized. But it’s time to look again at the city’s most renowned neighborhood.The Upper East Side offers its residents an opportunity to live in a true cultural epicenter. The neighborhood boasts the finest museums, irresistible restaurants, premium stores and parks Manhattan has to offer.

We all know the Upper East Side — of course we do, it’s legendary. We know its history, we know its culture, we know it’s civilized. But it’s time to look again at the city’s most renowned neighborhood.

The Upper East Side offers its residents an opportunity to live in a true cultural epicenter. The neighborhood boasts the finest museums, irresistible restaurants, premium stores and parks Manhattan has to offer.

Outdoor
389 puts you in the center of the best of Manhattan. Central Park is close enough to become part of your daily routine, while Museum Mile brings culture to your doorstep. The most coveted stores in the world are next to beloved family-owned shops. You’re in the midst of the city’s most iconic destinations but the U.E.S. remains a neighborhood with townhouses, singular cafes and vibrant street life.

389 puts you in the center of the best of Manhattan. Central Park is close enough to become part of your daily routine, while Museum Mile brings culture to your doorstep. The most coveted stores in the world are next to beloved family-owned shops. You’re in the midst of the city’s most iconic destinations but the U.E.S. remains a neighborhood with townhouses, singular cafes and vibrant street life.

Culture
The U.E.S. is the cultural center of New York, you are neighbors with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Frick Collection and The Guggenheim. But it’s more than iconic institutions, there are also superior art galleries, auction houses and more intimate museums. There are wonderful city secrets waiting to be discovered by discerning locals.“I love the architecture on the U.E.S. — it evokes another era. It’s so nice to watch the kids crew their boats at the boating pond in Central Park. There’s a huge tree with low over-hanging branches near 85th and Fifth in the Park that’s a great picnic spot. And it’s great when the Linden trees are in bloom — they have such a beautiful fragrance.”


—Deborah Lutz, lecturer at Metropolitan Museum of Art

The U.E.S. is the cultural center of New York, you are neighbors with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Frick Collection and The Guggenheim. But it’s more than iconic institutions, there are also superior art galleries, auction houses and more intimate museums. There are wonderful city secrets waiting to be discovered by discerning locals.

“I love the architecture on the U.E.S. — it evokes another era. It’s so nice to watch the kids crew their boats at the boating pond in Central Park. There’s a huge tree with low over-hanging branches near 85th and Fifth in the Park that’s a great picnic spot. And it’s great when the Linden trees are in bloom — they have such a beautiful fragrance.”

—Deborah Lutz, lecturer at Metropolitan Museum of Art

Shops
You’ll find the department stores in all their glory on the Upper East Side. But what really defines the neighborhood are specialty stores that focus on everything from art books to leather accessories to safari kits. These stores represent unique taste of individuals and make the storefronts unlike anywhere else.

You’ll find the department stores in all their glory on the Upper East Side. But what really defines the neighborhood are specialty stores that focus on everything from art books to leather accessories to safari kits. These stores represent unique taste of individuals and make the storefronts unlike anywhere else.

Dining

Some of the city’s most elegant restaurants, whether French or Japanese, are a short walk away, and there are elevated cafes and less formal restaurants on nearly every street. Not to mention classic hotel bars and historic luncheonettes that will quickly become your favorite haunts.

“I like that small town feeling about the Upper East Side that you have in the middle of the most vibrant and dynamic city in the world. And I love that feeling of continuity and stability from the regulars who come back to our restaurant. It’s like family.”

—Silay Ciner, owner of Peri Ela restaurant on 1361 Lexington Ave (between 90th and 91st Streets)

Some of the city’s most elegant restaurants, whether French or Japanese, are a short walk away, and there are elevated cafes and less formal restaurants on nearly every street. Not to mention classic hotel bars and historic luncheonettes that will quickly become your favorite haunts. “I like that small town feeling about the Upper East Side that you have in the middle of the most vibrant and dynamic city in the world. And I love that feeling of continuity and stability from the regulars who come back to our restaurant. It’s like family.”—Silay Ciner, owner of Peri Ela restaurant on 1361 Lexington Ave (between 90th and 91st Streets)
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