Carnegie Hill

Prestigious and Old-fashioned Residential Neighborhood
Named after Andrew Carnegie's mansion, Carnegie Hill is arguably one of the most prestigious and sought after residential areas in New York City. This desirable, Upper East Side neighborhood is home to world-class museums, elite private schools, and historic places of worship. The Museum Mile District along 5th Avenue features the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, and the Jewish Museum. Carnegie Hill is especially appealing to upper-class families due to its top private schools and quiet, tree-lined avenues away from the uber fast pace of Midtown. Madison Avenue is also a stylish destination for fine dining and designer shopping.

Carnegie Hill boasts some of the finest pre-war apartment buildings and townhouses. Local groups have fought against the development of new high-rises, therefore preserving the neighborhood's old-fashioned European architecture and atmosphere. The higher price tag is worth it for those who want an oasis of sunny, open streets, beautiful mansions and apartments, and a more personable environment.
What Carnegie Hill Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
8.0
value
8.0
amenities
7.0
social
6.0
management
7.0
safety
9.3
Median rents in Carnegie Hill
Studio
$
2,650
1 Bedroom
$
3,900
2 Bedroom
$
5,050

Getting to Know
Carnegie Hill

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Lexington Ave to 5th Ave
North to South Boundaries: E 96th Ave to E 86th Ave
dining
Dig Inn
Organic Avenue
Rizzo’s Fine Pizza
Table d’Hôte
grocery
Morton Williams Supermarket
convenience
CVS Pharmacy
fitness
Core Fitness
Five Pillars Yoga
Mind Your Body
Pure Barre
parks
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir
coffee
Bluestone Lane
Chocolate Works
Hot & Crusty Bakery Cafe
Starbucks
bus
BxM3 (bus)
M86-SBS (bus)
rail
6 (metro)
parking
Impark Kern Garage
About your Neighbors
Data from the 2013 American Community Survey

Zip Codes
Carnegie Hill includes zip code 10128
Rent vs Own
62
%
of Carnegie Hill residents are renters
Driving to Work
10
%
of Carnegie Hill residents drive to work
New Construction
5
%
of housing units in Carnegie Hill have been built in the last 15 years
Building Types
19
%
<20 units
22
%
20-49 units
59
%
50+ units
Demographics
Children (under 18)
14
%
18 - 34
30
%
35 - 54
29
%
55+
27
%
Unit Mix
13
%
Studio
45
%
1 Bed
27
%
2 Bed
15
%
3+ Bed
Occupation or Education
Working Professional
67
%
Undergrad Student
3
%
Grad Student
4
%
Unemployed
5
%
Retired
20
%

Best Apartments
in Carnegie Hill



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Studio $2,995
1 Bed $3,995
2 Beds $6,400

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1 Bed $2,650

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2 Beds $3,100

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3 Beds $12,250

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