Upper East Side Apartments
Upper East Side Homes
Upper East Side apartments appeal to a wide range of residents and can make a nice home for any demographic. The Upper East Side runs from East 59th Street up to East 96th Street and from 5th Avenue (Central Park) to the East River. It is filled with people of all ages, singles, families and too many pets to count. The UES is one of the top family-oriented neighborhoods in the city. On nice days, you will see kids playing in the local parks, people shopping on Madison Avenue and others relaxing on their terraces or back patios.
This neighborhood provides numerous types of living options from charming, old-style townhouses to luxury doorman high-rise buildings. In addition, the wide spectrum of restaurants and bars cater to every type of audience from dives to upscale, refined settings. For culture, Museum Mile offers locals many chances to check out some of the best museums in the city, all along one avenue.
One of the best spots in all of the Upper
East Side is certainly Carl Shurz Park. The park is set along the East River and provides opportunities for various activities, including a spectacular esplanade with unparalleled views, a quaint dog park, basketball courts, regularly organized events and dedicated grassy areas for laying out or having a picnic.
Upper East Side Apartment Buildings
Adam’s Tower (351 East 84th Street) – A post-war high-rise doorman building offering a pool and garage.
Normandie Court (225 East 95th Street) – A post-war high-rise doorman building offering a gym and pool.
The Caldwell (1520 York Ave) – A doorman building with a gym, garage and children’s play area.
The Mark (25 East 77th Street) – A landmark pre-war mid-rise doorman elevator condo building.
1601 Third Ave – A post-war high-rise concierge condo building with a garage.
Carnegie Towers (115 East 87th Street) – A post-war high-rise doorman building offering a garage.
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