About Upper East Side


The Upper East Side has been home to some of the most famous of New York’s celebrities and historical upper-class families: Astors, Rockfellers, Kennedys and Whitneys, to name a few. Both Fifth Avenue and Park Avenue continue to attract wealthy residents such as conservative think tank funder David Koch, JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch, financier Howard Milstein and hedge fund mogul John Paulson.
Although the area is touted as the home of our country’s greatest concentration of individual wealth, it is also home to New Yorkers from a wide variety of races, cultures and socioeconomic levels.

Before the arrival of Europeans to New York City, the Upper East Side was home to Native American fishing camps along the East River bluffs. As immigrants arrived on Manhattan’s shores, most inhabitants remained in lower Manhattan, and the Upper East Side existed as rural farmland and market gardens for many years.

Those seeking a home on the Upper East Side will benefit from their choice of exclusive clubs, private schools, and many housing options along beautiful tree lined streets.

Upper East Side Parameters

Bounded by 59th Street to 96th Street, and the East River to Fifth Avenue.

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