Murray Hill is a neighborhood inMidtownManhattan with boundaries at East 34th Street to the south, East40th Streetto the north,Madison Avenueto the west, andThird Avenueto the east and faces east on the East River.
Where did Murray Hill get its name?
Murray Hill got its name from the Murray family, an Irish/Quaker shipping and trading merchant family that dominated the area through much of the 18th century. The patriarch, Robert Murray arrived in the United States in 1732 and settled in New York in 1753. For several years, descendants of the Murray family fought to keep the area purely residential, limiting real estate building to only “brick and stone dwellings.” Today, a good portion of the original neighborhood still remains with its rich historical flavor. Some 60 buildings still exist from the 1890’s making Murray Hill one of the most historical residential areas in Manhattan.
How is the commute from Murray Hill?
Murray Hill is conveniently located in central Midtown. Need the train? Grand Central Station is an 8 minute walk. 33rd Street Subway Station is located at the intersection of Park Avenue and 33rd Street in Murray Hill and it is served by the 6 subway trains. With the train and subway stations so close, Murray Hill is ideal for all commuters.
Where can you find affordable apartments for rent in Midtown New York?
The answer is House 39 at 225 East 39th Street. Murray Hill blends the old historical brownstones with the new skyscrapers. Newly completed, this curving glass residential tower is 37 stories with 372 units and was built through the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development. There are 75 units set aside for affordable housing for rent. Now anyone can afford a Manhattan luxury apartment in East Side and enjoy all the amenities of a luxury apartment without the usual Manhattan pricing. Residents have access to a 24-hour attended lobby, on-site resident manager, 2nd Floor Club terrace with outdoor children’s play area, lawn, fire pit, game lounge, indoor children’s playroom, 35th Floor Sky terrace with lounge, whirlpools, sauna, fitness center and indoor pool, laundry, bike room, and storage lockers.
And bonus – no fees! Visit House 39’s website to learn more or call them for availability or perhaps a tour at (212) 661-3900.
According to an article I read at eatbychloe, this year International Picnic Day will be June 17th and even though it’s just Spring, Summer is right around the corner. So let’s look at possible locations for your picnic in the Madison Square Garden neighborhood…
At Madison Square Park Conservancy you’re sure to treasure this dynamic, seven-acre public green space. With stunning art and gorgeous gardens, it’s a true urban park nestled in the heart of Flatiron and NoMad. Madison Square Park Conservancy is located between Fifth & Madison Avenues between 23rd & 26th Streets.
Bryant Park is a 9 acre public park located in Midtown Manhattan. Along the northern and southern sides of the park are twin promenades bordered by trees and there’s the Reading Room. It is located between Fifth and Sixth Avenues and between 40th and 42nd Streets. Some refer to Bryant Park as the park with the chairs. The Great Lawn in Bryant Park is situated next to the New York Public Library Main Branch.
Union Square Park opened in 1839 and serves as home base for countless community events and festival. Union Square Park is the deserved home of statues depicting distinguished men like George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Mohandas Gandhi, and Marquis de Lafayette. Union Square Park is located between Broadway to 4th Avenue and East 14 Street to East 17 Street.
The granddaddy of them all of course is Central Park. Founded in 1857, Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States and one of the most filmed locations in the world. The 843 acre park was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1962. The urban park features Wollman Rink (ice skating rink built in 1949), Conservatory Garden, Bethesda Fountain, the Carousel and he zoo was introduced in 1934.
New York City has outstanding parks to visit for any picnic. And if you’re looking for apartments for rent near Madison Square Garden Park or any of the other parks,check out EOS NoMad which is centrally located to all the parks listed. EOS NoMad is located 100 West 31st Street and the website address is http://eosnomad.com.
Whichever park you decide to enjoy your picnic at, you will enjoy returning home to your luxury apartment at EOS.
Which luxury apartment to choose? Here’s a review of some of the most luxurious rentals in all of New York.
Graced by fountains and lovely landscaped gardens, the Andover is a stylish option. With a huge lobby 24-hour doorman, and cleaning and valet services, life will be easy. The 3 bedroom, 2 bath apartment currently available has a lovely private terrace and two large walk in closets. Read a book on your own balcony or enjoy a sunny day on the rooftop sun deck.
Can you imagine a luxury apartment building with a private indoor park? Panoramic city views? A rooftop greenhouse? If you like living among nature, this may be the complex for you. You can hold a wedding or just a fun party with your friends on the rooftop solarium. There is a spacious one bedroom one bath unit available at the Barclay with all the upscale appliances and fixtures you’d expect in a luxury unit, but it’s the unparalleled view of the East River that really sets this space apart from others.
A stunning tower of glass, Element is a new building in the heart of Manhattan – Columbus Circle. The building was built with the latest must-have amenities (pool, spa, fitness center, etc.) but also has an attended indoor garage and a huge outdoor space (12,000 sq ft) with a “great lawn”. The available one bedroom/one bath unit has nine and a half foot ceilings, wide oak plank floors and its own balcony.
Located on 39th St. between 2nd and 3rd Aves., just steps away from many of Manhattan’s destination eateries and clubs, House 39 is full of amenities that will keep you entertained all day. Billiards, a pool, photos booths, cabanas and gas grills, indoor and outdoor children’s spaces and party spaces for the adults make this property definitely luxury. Residence F is a one bedroom/bath unit open now to rent. Its impeccably designed, very generous space (the living/dining area on the floor plan at house39.com is over 200 sq ft!) along with the stand-out dream kitchen exemplify sumptuous living. Check this East side NYC luxury rentals from House 39 if you’re in search of an apartment now.
There are many, many luxury options out there. Search until you find one that fits both your budget and your needs. In Manhattan there are many places to try. Check out their websites or go take a look personally to see the amenities available and their condition.
Since President Trump’s crackdown on immigration, the immigrant population in areas like the Parkchester community of the Bronx are seeking more knowledge on their rights. Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda is holding workshops in the area to help calm fears.
On March 5, 2017, Sepulveda held a “Know Your Rights” workshop at St Helena’s Church in the Bronx. Sepulveda told reporters atThe Bronx Chroniclethat the parochial vicar and director of Hispanic Ministry, Father Nelson Henao, approached him in hopes of getting help setting up a workshop for parishioners and area residents who are undocumented and concerned about staying in the country. The workshop consisted of 10 speakers from various city and private agencies includingMiriam Bell-Blair, District Attorney Darcel Clark’s Immigrant Affairs Unit Director; the Bangladesh-American Community Council; Surey Miranda-Alarcon, Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs east and south Bronx neighborhood organizer; Oscar Asencio, NYC Commission on Human Rights Director; Jackson Chin, Latino Justice PRLDEF senior counsel; David Mullins, New York Legal Assistance Group supervising paralegal and BIA-accredited representative, and Anthony Alba, Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights attorney.The content of the workshop was not disclosed in the article.
St. Helena’s Church is a Roman Catholic Parish at 1315 Olmstead Avenue, in the Parkchester section of Bronx NY. It was established in 1940, the same year the Parkchester community in the area was developed. Many of the parishioners, who either own or rent apartments in the Bronx NYneighborhood, have come to the U.S. in search of a better life for themselves and their families.
In addition to Sunday Mass, the church offers a variety of classes and events. A list of the upcoming events can be found on their website by selecting an option from the news/events drop-down menu. They also have a Pre-K through 8thgrade elementary school.