Lincoln Square



Located in the coveted area just above Columbus Circle up through West 72nd Street, this neighborhood is most famous for the iconic cultural institution it shares a name with, the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts. Lincoln Center is cemented as New York’s center for opera, dance, and classical music; it’s also home to The Juilliard School, a prestigious conservatory that breeds every generation of high profile artists. The neighborhood is further characterized by ornate, pre-war architecture; a blend of residents including families with children, elderly folks, students, and young professionals; proximity to both the calmness of Central Park and calamity of Midtown; a massive and renowned movie theater; and one of the city’s few but highly desired Trader Joe’s.

Buildings in Lincoln Square

Average Rents in Lincoln Square