Upper East Side – 59th Street to 110th Street between Central Park and the East River.
Carnegie Hill – 86th Street 96th Street between Fifth Ave and Lexington Ave.
Yorkville – 80th Street to 85th Street between Third Ave and the East River.
Lenox Hill – 59th Street to 79th Street between Second Ave and York Ave.
The Upper East Side has a quite a rich history, with prominent names such as Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Roosevelt holding residency there.
What began as farmland and markets quickly developed into beautifully designed townhouses and huge mansions. Today most of the wealth of Manhattan call this home, giving it the nicknames “Gold Coast” and “Silk Stockings.” The Upper East Side is rich in culture with its famed Museum Mile which extends along Fifth Avenue from 82nd street to 105th street. Today with the construction of the second avenue subway slowly coming a completion, one will find many modern luxury condos and co-op buildings popping up around the area. Regardless of this, one can still enjoy a lovely evening stroll along the beautiful green streets of UES and feel more like they are in the country than the bustling island of Manhattan.