Upper East Side


  1. a section of the East Side of New York City, conventionally between 57th Street and 96th Street, known for its affluence.

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At the time of his arrest, authorities found a safe filled with precious gems, piles of cash, and a fake passport at his Upper East Side palace, along with a trove of sexual photos of girls.

The play, which marked its official Broadway opening Thursday at the Nederlander Theatre, had its initial New York outing at the Park Avenue Armory on Manhattan’s Upper East Side in March 2019.

The hotel — 23 stories of stepped red brick in a Gothic Revival style — opened in 1928 on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, at Lexington Avenue and 63rd Street.

I remember having arguments with Upper East Side friends of mine saying, no, he’ll be great, we need this.

But the Upper East Side social scene is cooler and more enjoyable.

“Brooklyn is more segregated than the Upper East Side,” he says.

“Moneywise, what you get on the Upper East Side is far superior to what you get downtown,” he says.

Time will tell whether the Upper East Side achieves lasting social cachet to go with the cash awash in the neighborhood.

Some Upper East Side natives are getting restless about outside perceptions.

At 56th St. the tracks begin to rise from the long tunnel and pass through the tenement district of the upper East Side.





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