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The Upper East Side is an upscale neighborhood with landmark apartment buildings and luxury condos, as well as countless sources of New York City entertainment. The neighborhood is located in the borough of Manhattan that incorporates a number of smaller neighborhoods, including Lenox Hill, Carnegie Hill, and Yorkville.
The real estate offered in the Upper East is some of the finest in New York City. Upper East is known by many as the Silk Stocking District, and is one of the city’s most posh neighborhoods. Upper East residential spaces come in a variety of forms, largely catering to affluent buyers and investors.
A number of luxury buildings complete with doorman and beautifully constructed townhouses are found throughout the neighborhood. Much of the real estate market in Upper East is dominated by co-ops. These prevail in the Upper East Side, particularly from Park to Fifth Avenues. There are also a variety of newer, luxury condominium buildings on the Upper East Side. Spacious units complete with all the luxury amenities residents could dream of make the buildings here incredibly popular amongst the city’s wealthiest buyers.
However, even with its high end reputation, buyers on a tighter budget should not be completely swayed. Further east in the neighborhood, there are a number of one or two-bedroom apartments renting at some of the most affordable prices in New York City. With real estate in Upper East offered at such a wide range of prices, living here is possible for nearly all budgets and preferences.
Compared to other neighborhoods in Manhattan, Upper East is known for being more relaxed. The area is great for families and residents looking for a home in the city with a more suburban feel. There are excellent schools, well-maintained parks and playgrounds, and community centers catering to residents of all ages just within the neighborhood. One of the most well known parks enjoyed by Upper East residents is the New York City landmark, Central Park. Residents will never be short of outdoor entertainment with such an excellent resource located right outside their front doors.
There are also a variety of opportunities for entertainment in Upper East, with luxury shopping, dining, and recreation all providing residents with an excellent living experience. There are several major retailers and department shops in the area, including Barney’s and Bloomingdale’s. The renowned New York sweet shop, Dylan’s Candy Bar is in Upper East. Even more stores for simply, everyday grocery shopping can be found in Upper East, which suits the ever-growing foodie population. There are small local grocers, New York favorites, and popular chains like a newly built Whole Foods all close at hand.