Hamilton Heights

August 14th, 2012 by

Hamilton Heights lies between Manhattanville to the south and Washington Heights to the north.  135th street obliges Hamilton Heights to the south, Hudson River to the west, 155th street to the north and Edgecomb Avenue to the east. Hamilton Heights has been gaining popularity as of late, especially with apartment seekers seeking great deals for […]

Turtle Bay

August 14th, 2012 by

Turtle Bay located on Manhattans East side extends between 43rd and 53rd Streets bordered by Lexington Avenue and the East River, across from Roosevelt Island. One of Manhattans first communities, Turtle Bay, wasn’t always pleasing to the eye; in fact, its history is quite grotesque due to its rocky start as an overdeveloped commercial area. […]

Yorkville

August 14th, 2012 by

Yorkville, a tranquil sub-section of the Upper East Side, known to locals as the ‘Upper’ Upper East Side, is bounded by the East River to the east and Third Avenue to the west, extending from 86th street to 96th street (where East Harlem begins). Yorkville’s southern boundary is a subject of debate to locals, with […]

Carnegie Hill

August 14th, 2012 by

Carnegie Hill is quite the delight for the intellectual looking for a place to call home, due to its wide array of Museums and historic landmarks that fill this beautiful enclave. Located on the Upper East Side, the genteel neighborhood of Carnegie Hill whose boundaries extend from 86th Street on the south to 96th street […]

Kips Bay

August 14th, 2012 by

Just a hop away from neighborhoods that are hopping, Kips Bay is a small area on the East side of Manhattan. Often considered to be the area between East 23rd Street and East 38th Street extending from Lexington Avenue to the East River and is one of the most convenient and quiet neighborhoods in Manhattan. […]