CARNEGIE HILL

Carnegie Hill
Harlem East Harlem Upper East Side Upper West Side Carnegie Hill Clinton/Hell's Kitchen Central Park South Midtown West Midtown East Beekman/Sutton Place Chelsea Murray Hill Flatiron Gramercy Park West Village Greenwich Village East Village Soho/Nolita Lower East Side Tribeca Chinatown Financial District Battery Park City

Fifth Avenue to Third Avenue, 86th Street to 96th Street

Prewar apartment buildings, 19th century townhouses and gracious mansions, intertwined with mom-and-pop shops and restaurants, give the neighborhood a real old-fashioned feel. While quiet and family-oriented, Carnegie Hill is home to many private schools, the Guggenheim Museum, the Jewish Museum, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, the Central Park Reservoir, and the Andrew Carnegie Mansion that gives the neighborhood its name.


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