It's Calling Your Name: 1567 York Avenue
A neighborhood well-known for its elegance and class, the Upper East Side is filled with beautiful brownstones, designer boutiques, and museums galore. Although iconic for its history, the area has also gained recognition in recent years for its calm, suburban, family-friendly feel. With Central Park to the left, the East River to the right, and plethora of culture lining the streets in-between, it is no surprise the area has slowly become home to residents of all ages and lifestyles. Whether you come to dine, shop, learn, or relax, the Upper East Side is guaranteed to charm you in the process.
Located on 83rd St. and York Avenue, our apartments for rent at 1567 York Avenue are in the most convenient portion of the Upper East Side. As many who are local to the area already know, the 86th street area has become a hub for shopping, entertainment, and dining, due to its easy accessibility via both express and local trains.
Immersed amongst beautiful, century old architecture, these 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartments are sandwiched between convenient shopping to the west, and the views of the river to the east. The bedrooms in each unit are beyond spacious, filled with king size beds and desks for both comfort and functionality. The building is also notable for its abundance of natural light. With windows facing the east, sunshine bathes these apartments in warm yellow light throughout the day.
Want to Know More about the Upper East Side?
As mentioned, in recent years the Upper East Side has become home to a variety of demographics. Although the neighborhood is known best for attracting a chic and wealthy older crowd, young families and recent graduates have also begun frequenting the area. The combination of residents has given the neighborhood a family-friendly, elegant, and hip vibe unlike anywhere else in Manhattan.
Whether or not you’re local, the area is bursting with reasons to dine, drink, shop, and explore. We suggest checking out the following:
Uva for Italian cuisine and a cozy ambiance
Flex Mussels for more variations of mussels than you ever thought possible
Boqueria for Spanish tapas you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner
Up Thai for enjoyable and reliable Thai, whether you dine in or take out
La Esquina for affordable, authentic tacos
Calexico for a California-style Mexican experience
The Penrose for great bar food, brunch, and a wide drink selection
Neil's Coffee Shop for breakfast and brunch to start any day off right
Naturo Ramen for ramen that will warm your stomach and soul
Pizza Beach for a unique pizza selection and tropical ambiance amidst the concrete jungle
The Pony Bar for a wide selection of beers on tap
Sugar East for an underground, swanky vibe and creative cocktails
The Jeffrey for a rustic, craft beer experience and unique bites to accompany it
2nd Floor at 2nd Ave Deli for creative cocktails and a spin on classic deli meals
UES for a trendy speakeasy located in the "storage room" of a tiny ice cream shop
Treadwell Park for games, beers, snacks, and a cozy ambiance all in one
Things to See
Museum Mile - a strip along 5th Avenue filled with museums from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim, to the Jewish Museum and the Museum of Design, along with plenty others
92nd Street Y - a cultural and community center known for both its array of events and its focus on health and wellness
East River Greenway - a 9 mile walkway along the East River for walking and cycling
Bethesda Fountain - the focal point within Bethesda Terrance overlooking The Lake and a common tourist attraction within Central Park
Shopping - from high end brands like Barneys New York, Alexander McQueen, Valentino, and Christian Louboutin to the more affordable and trendy like Urban Outfitters, you can find it all
In many ways, the Upper East Side brings all the best aspects of New York City to a convenient 1.75 square mile neighborhood. Having said that, with the 4, 5 and 6 trains, and the addition of the new 2nd Avenue Q line, the rest of the city is also easily accessible in just a matter of minutes.
Regardless of what initially brings you to the area, it is safe to say the Upper East Side will quickly have you feeling right at home.