A rapidly developing community with a staunchly loyal populace. Named after the Murray family who first made this part of Manhattan Island their home. Murray Hill is a fascinating and multi-faceted neighbourhood offering history, culture and plenty of green space. All this and you’re minutes away from Midtown. Murray Hill is much lusted after by new arrivals looking to make Manhattan their home. Around the corner, on Park Avenue you’ll find the magnificent Scandinavia House; a creative, cultural hub celebrating all things Scandi. A rich programme of film, concerts and exhibitions attract ‘in-the-know’ locals year round and the on-site Smörgås Chef restaurant offers Nordic classics of cured gravalaks and meatballs at very reasonable prices. Iconic distractions Grand Central Station, The Empire State Building, Fifth Avenue and Broadway are temptingly close-by, sat neatly just beyond the peripheries of Murray Hill. Trendy rooftop bars, world class dining and unassuming local bistros buzz with life after dark.