Carnegie Hill

Manhattan

About

A pocket of Manhattan’s Upper East Side, this neighborhood extends approximately from East 86th St up to East 96th St, between 5th Ave and 3rd Ave. The area got its name from Andrew Carnegie’s Carnegie Mansion, which is now purposed as the Cooper-Hewitt Design museum, and is home to several cultural institutions that New Yorkers hold dear including the Guggenheim Museum, the Neue Gallerie, and the 92nd Street Y. Easily accessible by bus, subway, and car, this is an ideal area for those who crave proximity to Central Park and distance from the downtown pace. As soon as you enter the park from this neighborhood you’ll have access to the Reservoir which is popular for joggers, walkers, and contemplators alike. This is one of the Upper East’s most coveted neighborhoods.


Buildings in Carnegie Hill