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Live in Charming Carnegie Hill on the Upper East Side of Manhattan

Living in the heart of New York City, in Manhattan, is a dream for many people. And owning an apartment on the Upper East Side is a fantasy. When you choose to buy one of our stunning apartments with absolutely breathtaking views of the city, that fantasy can come true. Read more to see what our Upper East Side apartments for sale offer.

Bedrooms

We have one bedrooms, two bedrooms, three bedrooms, and even four-bedroom apartments. For a large family, our four-bedroom apartments come with three bathrooms.

The Building

You’ll get incredible views of Central Park and the East River. You’ll also get the comfort of having a doorman. Our interiors are spacious, providing wall-to-wall windows in the living room. You’ll also enjoy the open-floor plan that both the kitchen and dining room provides.

What You Will Be Near

The biggest advantage of living in Carnegie Hill is being in close proximity to everything Manhattan has to offer. There is Frank Lloyd Wright’s expertly designed Solomon Guggenheim museum. You can also explore the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Want a picnic in Central Park? You’re a stone’s throw away. If you’re a foodie, explore the diverse and award-winning restaurants in the neighborhood. And if you are planning to live here with your family, you can enroll your children in the nearby schools. You’ll have a handful of elite private schools to pick from.

On weekends, explore the three-mile East River Esplanade, the skating rink in Central Park, or even the zoo. With everything so close, you won’t need a car.

Carnegie Hill and the Upper East Side also boast some of the finest stores in Manhattan. Discover the boutique stores on Madison Avenue or some of the unique neighborhood bookstores. Manhattan’s finest is at your finger tips.

Carnegie Park is a team offering luxurious high-rise apartments in one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Manhattan. To see the details of our Upper East Side apartments for sale, contact Carnegie Park today.

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