Murray Hill

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Description

Boundaries: 34th St. to 40th St.; East River to Madison Ave.

 

Where Would You Live? Classic European style architecture surrounds boutique hotels, highly trafficked avenues and elegant tree-lined gas-lit blocks.  There are also over 50 mid-century and modern luxury high rise rental buildings as well as many moderately priced coops bordering the Kips Bay area.  Mid-rise and walk up buildings make Murray Hill the most affordable option for the Downtown crowd.

 

Neighborhood Features: Outdoor recreational areas such as Bryant Park to the west and Gramercy Park to the South; many bars and nightlife venues; cultural dining such as Indian, Korean, and Sichuan restaurants; cultural attractions such as The Empire State building, the Pierpont Morgan Library and the Chrysler Building; great dining at Artisanal, Wolfgang’s and Marcony; conveniences such as banks, pharmacies, delis, dry cleaners, and take-out.

Subways: 6 to 33rd St. | S,4,5,6,7 to Grand Central - 42nd St.| 7 to Fifth Ave. | Metro-North