The residential crowd is made up of…a diverse, sophisticated blend of domestic and international residents, who seek out this elegant neighborhood for the very best in culture, education, shopping, dining, architecture, and residences.
The community vibe is…both old New York elegance and cutting-edge developments contained within the beauty of Central Park and the East River.
The lifestyle offered is…“best in class.”
The most popular building type you’ll find is…stately prewar cooperatives, architecturally significant new developments, and private townhouses.
The average home price is…
Depending on the size and location, the range is extremely broad. Studio apartments can be $300k and trophy properties have set records at the $100 million mark.
The area’s greatest highlight is…Central Park as a backyard.
The area’s best driving-distance getaways are…The Hamptons, The Vineyards of the North Fork, Connecticut, and Upstate New York.
The best spot to dine fancily is…The Four Seasons.
The best spot to find entertainment is…The Metropolitan Museum, The Frick, MOMA, and the Theater District.
The best spot to go shopping is…anywhere and everywhere on Madison or Lexington Avenue from East 57th Street to East 96th Street.