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HARLEM

UPPER WEST SIDE

UPPER EAST SIDE

HARLEM

Renown as an important touch-point in American jazz, literature, and the civil rights movement. Harlem pays homage to black history in New York City. There you will find the Apollo, St. John the Divine –the largest church in the United States, and Abyssinian Baptist Church—the first New York State Baptist Church. At the tip of Harlem is an area better known as Sugar Hill which looks across to the Bronx—home of the New York Yankees.

PARKS

  • St. Nicholas Parks
  • Marcus Garvey Park
  • Riverbank State Park
  • Morning Side Park
  • Holcombe Rucker Park

MUSEUM

  • Sugar Hill Children’s Museum
  • Studio Museum in Harlem
  • National Jazz Museum
  • The Met Cloister
  • The Hispanic Society of America
  • Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: From Harlem River Drive to Hudson River.

North to South Boundaries: From West 155th St. to West 110th St.

Nearest Subways: 1, 2, 3, A, C, B, D

ATTRACTIONS

  • Apollo Theatre
  • Cathedral Church of St John the Divine
  • Strivers’ Row
  • The Abyssinian Baptist Church
  • El Museo del Barrio

RESTAURANTS

  • Rao’s Famed Italian Restaurant
  • Sylvia’s
  • Red Roaster with Ginny’s Supper Club
  • Minton’s
  • Cecil

Upper West Side

Home of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and some of New York City’s most desired restaurants such as Per Se and Masa. Bracketed by Central Park and the Hudson River, the Upper West Side is mostly associated with movies and television. It is the location of Jerry’s apartment from “Seinfeld” and where the home of Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan was located in “You’ve Got Mail.” You will find many families out and about on a sunny day and visiting great cultural attractions like the American Museum of Natural History.

PARKS

  • Central Park
  • Hudson River Park
  • Riverside Park South
  • Theodore Roosevelt Park

MUSEUM

  • Children’s Museum of Manhattan
  • American Museum of Natural History
  • New York Historical Society
  • Nicholas Roerich Museum
  • American Folk Art Museum

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: From Central Park West to the Hudson River

North to South Boundaries: From 110th St. to 59th St.

ATTRACTIONS

  • Lincoln Centre for the Performing Arts
  • Time Warner Centre
  • Strawberry Fields
  • Joan of Arc Monument
  • Rose Center for Earth & Space

RESTAURANTS

  • Per Se
  • Gabriel’s
  • Porter House
  • Cesea
  • Shun Lee West

UPPER EAST

The Upper East Side was once the home to some of America’s most famous families including the Morgans, Roosevelts, Kennedys, Rockefellers, and Carnegies. The neighborhood still serves as a pricy enclave for many of Manhattan’s most wealthy with residences on the famous Fifth and Park Avenues. The northeast corner is Yorkville, a community closest to the east river that has welcomed many families and young professionals by offering more affordable homes with larger spaces and a slew of restaurants and bars to choose from on Second and Third Avenues.

PARKS

  • Central Park
  • Carl Schurz Park
  • John Jay Park
  • Ruppert Park
  • Catherine’s Park

MUSEUM

  • The Met – Metropolitan Museum of Arts
  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
  • Museum of the City of New York
  • Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
  • Asia Society and Museum

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: The East River to 5th Ave

North to South Boundaries: 96th St. to 59th St.

Nearest Subways: 4, 5, 6, F, N, Q, R

ATTRACTIONS

  • Grace Mansion – Home to New York City Mayors
  • The Frick Collection
  • Church of the Holy Trinity
  • Central Park Zoo
  • The Obelisk

RESTAURANTS

  • Ristorante Morini
  • Café Boulud
  • David Burke Tavern62
  • Daniel
  • La Pulperia
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