Some stunning buildings where the uber elite of New York City live. Worth s troll by to check out the design and architecture.
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The best way to experience New York is on foot (even in the cold and snow, as it was when we visited), and we did a lot of walking. Park Avenue is obviously one of the richest areas, and, as such, it's a very pleasant...More
Fancy apartments. More residential addresses the length of the city. Didn't notice food stores or attractions like the rest of the city. Lot of traffic, people walking and little sightseeing. Medical and doctors offices of every kind. Strolling Park Avenue is Ok, not as existing...More
Some very swank apartment buildings, so one can do some architecture gazing. Very long, stretching from downtown to Harlem. Lots of traffic and noise.
Every year we go to New York for our Anniversary. Love to walk through the city. Wear comfortable walking shoes and grab some lunch off a food truck!
I love to come back to this neighborhood. The Harold Pratt Mansion and about twenty blocks up the Church of St.Ignatius Loyola are both located on Park Ave and are the stand outs on the Upper East Side for us. Both places hold special memories,...More
Love walking on Park Ave less traffic and hustler is you walking to the Empire State Building. If you coming from the northe side of manhattan. Picturesquely street.
Park avenue traverses from up in east Harlem around 133 street all the way downtown to 14 street where it looks sea its identity and changes to Lafayette and continues. Down to Chinatown. The diversity of these neighborhoods tracks the entire history section of the...More
WOW! Park Avenue was amazing. What an exciting time strolling the gorgeous architecture and sights of this famous land mark. Park Avenue by night on the hop on hop off bus was very exciting and with a star on any turn it was too much...More