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Corporate Housing in Upper East Side, New York

Corporate Housing in Upper East Side, New York

If you are looking for corporate housing in Upper East Side, New York, you have definitely come to the right place. We have an extensive lineup of properties in the Upper East Side, one of the most coveted and premier localities in the Big Apple. When it comes to extended stays in New York City, our apartments make for the most comfortable and convenient choices by all means. 

The Upper East Side is a locality in the Manhattan borough of New York City and it is bordered by 96th Street, 59th Street, Central Park or Fifth Avenue and the East River. The locality encompasses multiple tinier neighborhoods including Carnegie Hill, Lenox Hill and Yorkville among others. It was once called the Silk Stocking District and has been one of NYC’s most affluent localities as well. The locality is well connected to Madison Park, Lexington Avenue, Fifth Avenue and many other major streets. Upper East Side is often used by real estate professionals in place of East Harlem, for highlighting localities which are situated slightly northwards from 96th Street and Fifth Avenue. The Upper East Side Historic District was marked in 1981 and the stretch earned a listing on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1984. The district covers the portion between the 59th and 78th Streets, right along Fifth Avenue and till Third Avenue at some strategic intersections. It majorly has residential buildings that came up post the American Civil War including townhouses and mansions developed in the early-20th century and apartment buildings that came up sometime later. 

The Metropolitan Museum Historic District was marked in 1977, with major properties along Fifth Avenue including the Metropolitan Museum of Art nearby. The Park Avenue Historic District was marked in 2014 while 1974 saw the listing of the Carnegie Hall Historic District. All of these areas can be readily accessed from the Upper East Side. You can take the help of our award-winning reservations team for finding the best corporate housing in Upper East Side, New York. We make sure that you have a truly comfortable and convenient stay in New York City. 

Finding the Best Corporate Housing in Upper East Side 

When it comes to finding premier corporate housing in Upper East Side, New York, you will find several options listed in our vast and expansive portfolio. Some of the best choices include the following: 

These are only some of the options that we have in our portfolio and our team will help you find suitable accommodation to meet your needs to the fullest. 

Why Book Corporate Housing in Upper East Side? 

You should certainly consider booking corporate housing in Upper East Side, New York for the array of benefits available. Our apartments will not only offer the additional space, privacy and freedom that you require during your trip, but also the best amenities, facilities and appliances for a comfortable stay. From complimentary Wi-Fi and conferencing facilities at some units to even flat-screen televisions, cable packages and fully equipped kitchens, you will have everything you need for a memorable stay in NYC. Additionally, our apartments are strategically connected to all major business, corporate and commercial hubs in NYC along with public transit networks. This is a big boon for corporate travelers and business guests, particularly those who wish to access some of the world’s biggest financial centers and business districts nearby. The Upper East Side location proves highly convenient in this regard. 

Facilities in Our Corporate Housing in Upper East Side

There are several facilities and amenities available when you book corporate housing in Upper East Side, New York. Some of them include: 

  • Air conditioning
  • Central heating
  • Laundry and dry cleaning services
  • Intercom systems 
  • Flat screen television
  • Cable packages
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Dishwasher
  • Washer dryer machine
  • Microwave

Some units may even have additional onsite facilities or other amenities including rooftop terraces, swimming pools, community lounges, business centers, conference facilities, cafes, bars, restaurants and spa facilities. Some units may have attached sauna and Jacuzzi provisions as well. It all depends on the type of unit, location and various other parameters. 

About the Upper East Side

The Upper East Side locality is a leafy and tree-lined neighborhood that houses the creme-de-la-crème of New York City. This is a place that is synonymous with elite culture, refinement and plush shopping experiences. The Museum Mile is one of the biggest draws in this part of town, with biggies located along the route including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art and even the likes of the Frick Collection and Neue Galerie. Shopping choices here include high-end departmental outlets and luxury boutiques alike. Some of the most affluent New York residents choose the Upper East Side for their primary residences while being drawn to the Museum Mile and world-class shopping options at hand. This is a great place to start exploring the nearby Central Park while the iconic Madison Avenue is home to several landmark design stores and couture biggies. Park Avenue has several charming pre-war structures and is a great place for a lazy morning/afternoon stroll. The Upper East Side is also where you will find some of the top luxury hotels in Manhattan. 

The key subway stops along the Upper East Side include the 4, 5, 6 (local) going along Lexington and other stops include 96th Street, 110th Street, 103 Street, 77th Street, 68th Street, 59th Street and more. The boundaries are basically between Central Park East and the East River and also between the 59th and 110th Street. The architectural magnificence of this neighborhood is a major draw for residents and visitors, particularly across the Museum Mile or erstwhile Millionaire’s Row. Most residential stretches here have classic brownstones and other architectural landmarks. 

Top Attractions Near Our Corporate Housing in Upper East Side 

Upper East Side puts you in close proximity to several major landmarks and attractions in the Big Apple Some of them include the following: 

  • Central Park Zoo - The Central Park Zoo has been credited for its pioneering role in recreating arduous natural habitats in a predominantly urban setting. Visitors can be transported into an Arctic habitat for witnessing polar bears and penguins or visit the humid rainforest which is home to tropical birds and island forests home to Japanese snow monkeys and pandas. The Allison Maher Stern Snow Leopard exhibit will give you a chance to view tiny cubs born here while the Tisch Children’s Zoo gives kids an opportunity to pet and feed friendly animals. 
  • Museum Mile - Undoubtedly one of the biggest attractions along the Upper East Side, Museum Mile is where you will find some of the biggest and best cultural institutions in New York City. The southern end of the route is where you will find the globally acclaimed Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art with a permanent collection covering a whopping 2 million works and counting while covering 5,000 years in entirety. Find the amazing American Wing, Impressionist paintings, ancient Egyptian treasures and more. The northern tip of the mile is where you will visit the El Museo del Barrio which is dedicated to Puerto Rican and Latino culture and art. Museums that fall in between are the Museum of the City of New York, the Jewish Museum and the noted Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum which has fascinating contemporary art exhibits housed in the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright structure. 
  • More Museum Hopping - Art is abundantly visible beyond the Museum Mile as well. You will find the Met Breuer nearby that opened its doors in 2016. This is located in the former building of the Whitney Museum of American Art which shifted in 2015 to the Meatpacking District. Find a scintillating collection of 20th and 21st century contemporary and modern artwork here. The Frick Collection is a limestone mansion that became a gallery and is home to several artworks by legends like Vermeer, Monet and Renoir. The Neue Galerie is a tribute to Austrian and German art back in the early 20th century while the Queen Sofia Spanish Institute showcases artwork by classic and contemporary Spanish artists alike. 
  • 92nd Street Y - 92nd Street Y is a lot more than your regular community center. Of course, it is a major hub for the Upper East Side neighborhood with its reasonably priced fitness and gym provisions, basketball courts and swimming pool. It also offers space for hosting events and several classes for residents. However, programming is what truly makes it special. Lectures cover icons from various fields including Paul Simon, Salman Rushdie, Meryl Streep and Mos Def among others. The Tokyo Spring Quartet, Yo-Yo Ma and Leon Fleisher have performed here along with the likes of Anna Sokolow and Merce Cunningham. 
  • Gracie Mansion - Gracie Mansion turned into the official residence of the NYC mayor in the year 1942 and it was previously the Federal-esque rural retreat for Archibald Gracie that was also an ice-cream parlor, venue for adult-education and hold on, the very first location of the Museum of the City of New York! Whew! You can take guided tours today that give fascinating glimpses into the faux design touches of the structure, its decorative artwork collection and the renovation measures taken by Jamie Drake, the acclaimed interior design specialist. Reservations are required in advance for visiting this historic structure while you should also take a walk along the adjacent Carl Schurz Park with its rolling landscape being designed by the famous Calvert Vaux. It looks onto Hell Gate, the intersection point where Long Island Sound, Harlem River and East River meet. 

Shopping Highlights Near Our Corporate Housing in Upper East Side 

Shoppers will have a gala time along the Upper East Side for sure. The Upper East Side has had it all, from flagship designer stores to classic and charming departmental stores as well. Barneys New York has been an institution in its own right from the mid-1920s onwards and the flagship shifted here from Chelsea back in the year 1993. This is where you will find everything from premier fashion, cosmetics, home décor and jewelry to other accessories. Neighboring options include luxury design stop Valentino and the globally acclaimed Alexander McQueen along with Kate Spade. Several shoppers are loyal to Hermes, Tom Ford and Celine while Ralph Lauren still commands a sizable fan following. Stuart Weitzman offers uniquely designed accessories and shoes while Christian Louboutin is where you will truly find retail bliss! Madison Avenue is where you should head for a spot of window shopping even if you cannot immediately afford the expensive fashion goodies on offer. One of the biggest NYC departmental stores, Bloomingdales, is situated here as well. 

Dining Options in Upper East Side Near Our Corporate Housing

The Upper East Side is known for possessing a vibrant dining circuit. Here are some of the categories under which you can expect to find some of the best joints in town. 

  • Sushi - Upper East Side is often fondly referred to as Sushi City. Find the best restaurants here including Sushi of Gari, Sushi Seki and Sasabune among others. Authentic Japanese treats and flavors can be readily found here minus any hassles along with innovative seasoning, culinary touches and torch searing. The omakase is superb at all three of these restaurants, emphasizing more on authentic textures, flavors and the best fresh fish you will find in NYC! 
  • Fine Dining - The Upper East Side also has a rather flourishing fine dining circuit for culinary connoisseurs to savor. It is known for its sizable collection of one-of-a-kind destination eateries. JoJo, for instance, is accommodated within a luxurious townhouse and has tempted food lovers for two decades and more with its highly commemorated French delights. The namesake restaurant Daniel from Daniel Boulud stands out with its gorgeous seasonal French delicacies and luxurious main dining area. Café Boulud whips up the finest French dishes amidst an elegant and classy backdrop. Orsay offers meals akin to a brasserie and takes diners back to the streets of Paris. The famous Carlyle Hotel is also home to the Carlyle Restaurant which has won hearts for its charming ambience and New American spin on traditional French dishes. 
  • Sweet Tooth - Satiate your sweet cravings with some of the finest joints in the neighborhood, namely Serendipity 3, Lexington Candy Shop and of course, Dylan’s Candy Bar. Serendipity 3 has an enticing menu where you will discover home-style meatloaf, nachos and the iconic hot dog that goes up to four foot! However, this is just the beginning and when you sample the delightfully gooey ice cream sundaes or the Frozen Hot Chocolate with its chocolaty and slushy flavors, you will certainly be in Heaven! The chocolate blackout cake deserves special mention as well. Dylan’s Candy Bar offers more than 7,000 confectionary options spread across three floors. They have literally everything to Candy Crush gummy bears and 1920s-esque brittles to delicious chocolate bars galore. There is a range of sugar-themed accessories and apparel as well. Lexington Candy Shop is a top pick for nostalgia lovers. The soda-fountain vibe here is simply irresistible and so are the classic booths, spinning stools and authentic handmade sodas with seltzer and syrup. 

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