Welcome to New York City
Bustling metropolis with luxurious penthouse apartments
New York City is a bustling metropolis packed with world-famous landmarks and world-class attractions. From the theaters of Broadway to the diverse cultural treasures of the Museum Mile, NYC offers an incomparable array of things to see and do. Every neighborhood in this storied city has its own hidden gems nestled alongside renowned upscale restaurants, high-end retailers, and first-class performance venues.
NYC’s housing options include luxurious penthouse apartments catering to a bi-coastal clientele. The Upper East Side is particularly famed for its concentration of highly sought-after real estate. This elegant neighborhood fronts the sprawling green space of Central Park and encompasses the haute-couture boutique shopping of Madison Avenue and cultural landmarks such as The Met. Prized newer developments in the Upper East Side include the Benson and 1228 on Madison Avenue and 1010 Park Avenue.
What to Love
- World-class attractions and amenities
- Penthouse suites with skyline views
- Madison Avenue shopping
- Central Park
People & Lifestyle
New York City is known as the city that never sleeps, and its streets are full of life at any time of day or night. This endlessly exciting metropolis equally lives up to its other nickname as the center of the universe. Finance, fashion, food, media, music, theater, literature, and many other forms of business, art, and culture are all part of the rich tapestry which makes NYC such a dynamic and invigorating urban environment. All the world’s cultures are represented within this truly global city’s cosmopolitan makeup. NYC also offers respite from its relentlessly energetic atmosphere in 843-acre Central Park and other tranquil greenspaces.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Just off Madison Avenue on 65th Street, Daniel is a perennial mainstay on lists of NYC’s most revered fine dining destinations. This deserving holder of two Michelin stars serves sublime Gallic cuisine in a setting famed for its impeccable service and sophistication. Other Upper East Side options for refined French cuisine include Brasserie Cognac East, Le Bilboquet, and Orsay.
The Upper East Side’s dining scene is an epicurean kaleidoscope of international cuisine with standouts such as Uva and Sandro’s for Italian pasta and wines, Ravagh Persian Grill for mouth-watering kebabs, Yefsi Estiatorio for delicious Greek dishes, Moti Mahal Delux for flavorful Indian fare, and Sushi of Gari and Sushi Seki for an authentic Japanese omakase dining experience. There are also plenty of more laidback options for a quick lunch, including mouthwatering burgers at J.G. Melon, Roman pizza squares at PQR, and signature NYC deli sandwiches at Pastrami Queen.
Things to Do
Central Park is an urban oasis flanked on all sides by NYC’s soaring skyscrapers. Attractions within this sprawling park include the tranquil woodlands of the Ramble, the 15-acre open space of Sheep Meadow, the wintertime skating destination of the Wollman Rink, and the Central Park Zoo. The Museum Mile runs alongside Central Park on the Upper East Side’s Fifth Avenue. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of this cultural stretch’s most popular venues. The Met’s incredible collection features more than two million artworks spanning 5,000 years of art history.
Just beyond the southwest corner of Central Park, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is a 16-acre complex of 30 indoor and outdoor theaters and concert halls hosting an incredibly diverse lineup of performances.