Located on the east side of Midtown to the south of Grand Central Terminal at 42nd Street, this residential enclave is increasingly attracting affluent young families. It's southern border is 34th street and the bulk of the neighborhood lies between Madison Avenue and the East River. The neighborhood derives its name from the Murray family, Quaker merchants who had made quite the name for themselves by the 18th century.
Murray Hill's central location makes it a comfortable walk to work for many. Its easy access to shops, restaurants and movie theaters, along with surprisingly attractive price-per-square footage, means that many of the Hill's residents believe they’ve found the best housing deals in town…and they’re often correct!
- Built in the Eighteen or Nineteen century. Originally built as luxurious one family homes, these houses usually feature fireplaces, moldings and other typical prewar characteristics. Offers the luxury of a private home in the city and often were converted to multiple apartment buildings.