|The Upper East Side blends posh living, rich culture and architecture with great value. Situated between East 59th and 110th Streets, the Upper East Side is bound by Central Park and the East River. The city's most affluent reside here, however there are areas where rent is affordable for middle class families and young professionals. The diversity of residents is reflected in the variety of bars and restaurants, from simple cafes to sophisticated, top rated establishments.
The most priceless buildings in the Upper East Side are located on upper Fifth Avenue from East 70th Street to East 104th Street along "Museum Mile." The museums here house some of the world's greatest works of art, and are themselves wonders to see, and include the Guggenheim, The Frick Collection and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Another famous section of the Upper East Side is Hospital Row. Top research and health-care facilities within close proximity to one another here include the world-renowned Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York Presbyterian Hospital, and Rockefeller University.
The Upper East Side is also prized for its excellent public and specialized schools, as well as private clubs and some of the city's most exclusive shops, boutiques, and salons.