Carnegie Hill

The Jewel of the Upper East Side

This picturesque northwest corner of the Upper East Side is exquisite and affluent, with historic brownstones and townhouses containing both homes and private schools.  

Named for the mansion that Andrew Carnegie built at Fifth Avenue and 91st Street in 1901 – which now houses the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum – Carnegie Hill is tree-lined, sunny, and desirable for those who crave an elegant oasis in the middle of the city.  

The aesthetic richness, historically preserved architecture, plethora of schooling options, and ease of access to the rest of the Upper East Side make the beautiful enclave a highly prestigious, sought after place to live.



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