LocationThe southeastern tip of New York State
Distance4 hours south of Boston, 2 hours north of Philadelphia
Getting HereEasily accessible by any means - car, train, bus, plane.
"John Jay Park on 77th is open from 7-9 am for dogs only."
For those who have children or dogs, there are many well-manicured parks to enjoy. Dog owners can choose from three amazing parks. John Jay Park on 77th is open from 7-9 am for dogs only. Carl Schurz on 83rd and East End is a popular venerated park offering river vistas, multiple dog runs and playgrounds (and where my husband proposed to me!) Lastly, the magnificent Central Park adds to the east side charm.
There is something so enchanting about the Upper East Side. You could be strolling on Madison Avenue surrounded by beautiful brownstones or walking along the East River with bikers and dog owners. It truly can be whatever you want it be.
"It truly can be whatever you want it be."
Hurricane Sandy left devastation for many who resided south of 58th Street. There was loss of heat, electricity, and in some cases water. Those forced to leave their homes moved into hotels or friends on the Upper East Side. This unfortunate situation presented opportunity to expose them to the gem of Manhattan. As construction began, new businesses developed drawing crowds to frequent their establishments. The stimulating harmony of residents and venues offer endless excitement as well as places for tranquility.
The enchantment of the Upper East Side is ready and waiting for you to share in its glory.