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About Carnegie Hill

As an area of Manhattan that is packed with history, Carnegie Hill allows you to feel connected with the history of the city while also being a part of the bustling, ongoing flow that keeps it active. This is why many people consider Carnegie Hill one of the best kept secrets of the Upper East Side, alluding to how the area's incredible amount of residential opportunities and cultural landmarks has made it one of the most iconic areas to live in for those who want a luxurious amount of options.

Some highlights of Carnegie Hill's impressive amount of culture include the Andrew Carnegie Mansion, a building from the early 20th century that is still attracting tourists to this very day. If you're somebody who wants to immerse yourself in museums and other types of culture, you'll be glad to know that the Smithsonian Design Museum, the Jewish Museum, and the Guggenheim are all within a couple blocks walking distance, making it possible for you to immediately tap into a rich cultural underbelly that has kept the community going for over 100 years.

Aside from the vivid cultural environment that spans Carnegie Hill, you'll also be able to see the lasting history that famous individuals have left from when they lived in the neighborhood, such as John Hay Whitney, Marjorie Merriweather Post, and even Andrew Carnegie, the latter from which the neighborhood gets its name. If you're somebody who greatly appreciates being able to surround yourself constantly by nature, you'll be glad to know that the neighborhood also borders Central Park, allowing you to have your Sunday afternoon walks in an area internationally known as being one of the world's most expansive parks. No matter where you go in this neighborhood, you'll truly always feel at home!