New York, NY 10016
Murray Hill Real Estate
A Mix of Old and New in Murray Hill
The upscale and fast-growing neighborhood of Murray Hill is located just east of Midtown Manhattan, alongside the East River, north of Kips Bay and south of Turtle Bay. This bustling community is an eclectic mix of new and old—with beautiful historic mansions and revitalized carriage houses housing cultural institutions and missions to the UN, and brand-new high-rise condos and apartments offering some of the finest amenities modern design has to offer. Murray Hill is home to historic sites such as the Morgan Library and Museum and the Scandanavian House, as well as modern businesses such as defense contractor L3. Come explore Murray Hill and find out why this community is growing fast in popularity.
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Murray Hill at a Glance
0.249 square mile
0.64 square kilometers
Subway Stations: 33rd St - 6 train
Kips Bay, Rose Hill, Midtown Manhattan, Turtle Bay
Living in Murray Hill
Murray Hill is the perfect place for those who want to be close to it all, without really being in the heart of all the hustle and bustle. Located just on the other side of 42nd street from Grand Central Station and the United Nations, Murray Hill is popular with commuters who ride the Metro-North Railway or take subways around the city. The community also offers a lot of restaurants, bars, and other services, making it ideal for those who want to be able to walk to everything they need.
Murray Hill offers an eclectic mix of new and old homes, largely divided east and west along Third Ave. East of Third, towards the East River, new developments are blossoming, with sleek new high rises popping up all over. West of Third, the homes are largely historic or prewar row houses, mansions, and even stables and carriage houses turned into homes. Predominantly, smaller townhomes sit on side streets while larger buildings and homes line the avenues. Best of all, Murray Hill is still relatively affordable, compared to many of Manhattan’s other neighborhoods.
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