The Wakefield - 525 East 80th Street

Yorkville

 

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Lenox Hill Neighborhood in NYC: UPPER EAST SIDE

Lenox Hill is close to Midtown Manhattan and encompasses the lower section of the Upper East Side. Bounded by 60th Street and 77th Street from South to North and Lexington Avenue to Fifth Avenue from East to West, Lenox Hill is famous as the birthplace of several celebrity babies. The Lenox Hill Hospital—a Top 50 Hospital according to U.S. News & World Report—has serviced several celebrities including Beyonce Knowles, Tina Fey, Lady Gaga, Sarah Jessica Parker, Joan Rivers, Elizabeth Taylor, Barry Manilow and Dennis Byrd. This area has transformed from a 19th century farm into a highly desirable space for baby birthing and lux living among its boutiques, and art galleries.

In addition to its vicinity to wonderful Central Park, Lenox Hill streets are lined with trees and beautiful buildings designed often in the refined, Italian Renaissance style. One of the most noticeable structures is the Union Theological Seminary—not only distinctive for its unique, English Gothic architecture, but also its renown as one of the most prestigious divinity schools in the country.

One of the best characteristics of Lenox Hill is its variety of homes. For example, the glorious, pre-war Sherry Netherlands has 165 luxury co-ops ranging from one bedroom to more than six bedrooms. Like Carnegie Hill, this neighborhood in NYC also brims with Gilded Age mansion homes like the Beaux Arts limestone beauty at 57 East 74th Street. Ursus Book and Prints is among the must-see places in New York: housed inside the famed Carlyle, it holds collections of rare, illustrated books from the 15th to 21St centuries. The Carlyle also contains the Art Deco Bemelmans Bar. In addition to a great menu and entertainment calendar, customers admire the establishment’s 24-karat gold leaf-covered ceiling. A more contemporary hotspot is the Shabu-Shabu 70, a popular sushi bar.

Lenox Hill is also known for its variety of boutiques. Shopping options range from the Milano Jeweler, Pomellato, to floral arrangements from Lexington Gardens. If shopping is not your ideal stress reliever, places like the Spa at Equinox are available too. Other Cultural delights include New York City museums like the Frick Collection on East 70th Street, containing masterful paintings by Rembrandt, El Greco, and Jan Vermeer among a collection of fine sculptures, porcelain, and furniture. The nearby Whitney Museum and Asia Society also display contemporary American art and the famed Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller Collection.

Lenox Hill properties are a rare find: with delightful surroundings and homes, you won’t want to leave once you arrive.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood in NYC: UPPER EAST SIDE

Lenox Hill is close to Midtown Manhattan and encompasses the lower section of the Upper East Side. Bounded by 60th Street and 77th Street from South to North and Lexington Avenue to Fifth Avenue from East to West, Lenox Hill is famous as the birthplace of several celebrity babies. The Lenox Hill Hospital—a Top 50 Hospital according to U.S. News & World Report—has serviced several celebrities including Beyonce Knowles, Tina Fey, Lady Gaga, Sarah Jessica Parker, Joan Rivers, Elizabeth Taylor, Barry Manilow and Dennis Byrd. This area has transformed from a 19th century farm into a highly desirable space for baby birthing and lux living among its boutiques, and art galleries.

In addition to its vicinity to wonderful Central Park, Lenox Hill streets are lined with trees and beautiful buildings designed often in the refined, Italian Renaissance style. One of the most noticeable structures is the Union Theological Seminary—not only distinctive for its unique, English Gothic architecture, but also its renown as one of the most prestigious divinity schools in the country.

One of the best characteristics of Lenox Hill is its variety of homes. For example, the glorious, pre-war Sherry Netherlands has 165 luxury co-ops ranging from one bedroom to more than six bedrooms. Like Carnegie Hill, this neighborhood in NYC also brims with Gilded Age mansion homes like the Beaux Arts limestone beauty at 57 East 74th Street. Ursus Book and Prints is among the must-see places in New York: housed inside the famed Carlyle, it holds collections of rare, illustrated books from the 15th to 21St centuries. The Carlyle also contains the Art Deco Bemelmans Bar. In addition to a great menu and entertainment calendar, customers admire the establishment’s 24-karat gold leaf-covered ceiling. A more contemporary hotspot is the Shabu-Shabu 70, a popular sushi bar.

Lenox Hill is also known for its variety of boutiques. Shopping options range from the Milano Jeweler, Pomellato, to floral arrangements from Lexington Gardens. If shopping is not your ideal stress reliever, places like the Spa at Equinox are available too. Other Cultural delights include New York City museums like the Frick Collection on East 70th Street, containing masterful paintings by Rembrandt, El Greco, and Jan Vermeer among a collection of fine sculptures, porcelain, and furniture. The nearby Whitney Museum and Asia Society also display contemporary American art and the famed Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller Collection.

Lenox Hill properties are a rare find: with delightful surroundings and homes, you won’t want to leave once you arrive.

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Lenox Hill Neighborhood in NYC: UPPER EAST SIDE

Lenox Hill is close to Midtown Manhattan and encompasses the lower section of the Upper East Side. Bounded by 60th Street and 77th Street from South to North and Lexington Avenue to Fifth Avenue from East to West, Lenox Hill is famous as the birthplace of several celebrity babies. The Lenox Hill Hospital—a Top 50 Hospital according to U.S. News & World Report—has serviced several celebrities including Beyonce Knowles, Tina Fey, Lady Gaga, Sarah Jessica Parker, Joan Rivers, Elizabeth Taylor, Barry Manilow and Dennis Byrd. This area has transformed from a 19th century farm into a highly desirable space for baby birthing and lux living among its boutiques, and art galleries.

In addition to its vicinity to wonderful Central Park, Lenox Hill streets are lined with trees and beautiful buildings designed often in the refined, Italian Renaissance style. One of the most noticeable structures is the Union Theological Seminary—not only distinctive for its unique, English Gothic architecture, but also its renown as one of the most prestigious divinity schools in the country.

One of the best characteristics of Lenox Hill is its variety of homes. For example, the glorious, pre-war Sherry Netherlands has 165 luxury co-ops ranging from one bedroom to more than six bedrooms. Like Carnegie Hill, this neighborhood in NYC also brims with Gilded Age mansion homes like the Beaux Arts limestone beauty at 57 East 74th Street. Ursus Book and Prints is among the must-see places in New York: housed inside the famed Carlyle, it holds collections of rare, illustrated books from the 15th to 21St centuries. The Carlyle also contains the Art Deco Bemelmans Bar. In addition to a great menu and entertainment calendar, customers admire the establishment’s 24-karat gold leaf-covered ceiling. A more contemporary hotspot is the Shabu-Shabu 70, a popular sushi bar.

Lenox Hill is also known for its variety of boutiques. Shopping options range from the Milano Jeweler, Pomellato, to floral arrangements from Lexington Gardens. If shopping is not your ideal stress reliever, places like the Spa at Equinox are available too. Other Cultural delights include New York City museums like the Frick Collection on East 70th Street, containing masterful paintings by Rembrandt, El Greco, and Jan Vermeer among a collection of fine sculptures, porcelain, and furniture. The nearby Whitney Museum and Asia Society also display contemporary American art and the famed Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller Collection.

Lenox Hill properties are a rare find: with delightful surroundings and homes, you won’t want to leave once you arrive.

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