Feb 29, 2012

Murray Hill | Manhattan Neighborhood


Murray Hill | Kips Bay

Historic Murray Hill Landmark

Midtown, on the East Side, from 23rd Street to 42nd Street. The area runs from the East River to Park Avenue South between 23rd Street and 34th Street, and expands from the East River to Fifth Avenue between 34th Street and 42nd Street. Kips Bay runs from 23rd Street to 42nd Street, east of Third Avenue.

Murray Hill is a townhouse paradise — of 100 townhouses listed in the area in the 1892 Social Register, 60 are still standing.

Yet those single-family Murray Hill homes, many of three and four stories and some renovated with elevators and gyms to match their double Dacor ovens, rub elbows with high-rise condo towers.

29/Park Madison




In Murray Hill, the formerly business corridors of Madison and Fifth avenues are being converted into gorgeous new loft-like apartments.

The area of Murray Hill is itself named after the Quaker merchant who built his farm here in the eighteenth century when the area was green countryside — Robert Murray’s land extended from 33rd Street to nearly 39th Street!

The area of Kips Bay, which has many dining options and a movie theater, is either to the east of or the Easten section of Murray Hill, depending on who you talk to. Kips Bay Towers, two high-rise post-war condos which share a large common garden, is one of the first apartment complexes designed by noted architect I.M. Pei.

Cultural attractions abound in Murray Hill; the recently renovated Morgan Library is a historic treat. The original building, showcase to a famous banker’s collection, is a breathtaking landmark Italian-style mansion — and the Morgan Library’s Murray Hill collection includes Mozart symphonies, Gutenberg bibles, and carved Babylonian seals and amulets.

Currently there are approximately 300 active listings for sale in Murray and Kips Bay. Available apartments range from a 450 square foot studio for $229,900 at The Murray Hill Crescent to a 6100 square foot, 6 bedroom, 8.5 bath penthouse at Park South Lofts for $8,245,000.

Currently there are about 400 apartments available for rent in Murray Hill ranging from a small 1 bedroom in a walk-up building for $1400/month to $20,000/month for a 3 bedroom , keyed elevator loft style home on Lexington Avenue.


Contact me at 917-312-0924 if you're interested in purchasing an apartment or townhouse in Murray Hill or if you are thinking about selling your Murray Hill home.























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