1760 Third is located on the Upper East Side, one of NYC’s most vibrant and accessible neighborhoods. Enjoy the cities best museums, shopping, and restaurants or take a stroll through Central Park.
Super convenient access to the 6 and the Q subway makes all of NYC just a short ride away. Be anywhere in NYC in no time: Central Park in 5 minutes, Times Square in 20 minutes, Grand Central in 16 minutes, Madison Square Park in 23 minutes, and Soho in 25 minutes.
Just steps away from 1760 Third you will find some of the world’s best museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, and the Neue Galerie. Don’t miss the Museum Mile Festival on June 12th when 5th Avenue is closed, the entrance is free, and the streets are lined with entertainers and musicians. Continue your artistic adventures with short subway rides on the 6 or Q trains to the Frick Collection or Museum of Modern Art. Want to get your hands dirty? Sign up to learn ceramics or take a fine arts class at the 92nd St. Y to live out your artistic dreams. End the evening with a performance at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, or on Broadway. Feeling hungry? Be sure to grab a bite at Flora Bar at the Met Breuer where you can rub shoulders with some of NYC’s artistic elite. Grab a gluhwein and strudel at the Neue’s Café Sabarsky or enjoy live music at the swanky Bemelman’s Bar at the Carlyle hotel if you’re feeling nostalgic.
Asphalt Green is in close walking distance, offering a pool with aquatic classes, outdoor sports fields and leagues, as well as workout facilities and classes. For those looking to mix up their workout routine, Steep Rock Bouldering is the premier rock-climbing facility in NYC and located a block away from 1760 Third Avenue. Into group classes? SoulCycle, 305 Fitness, CrossFit, FlyWheel, and Tone House all have Upper East Side outposts either within walking distance or a short subway ride away on the 6 or Q trains. The nearby 92nd St. Y is a short walk away and offers gym, sport, and pool facilities, as well as different types of training and wellness classes, and sports programs and leagues. Take a walk to Central Park to enjoy nature while running around the Reservoir or bike around the Big Loop. Tennis more your style? Walk less than 10 minutes to the Yorkville Tennis Club. Don’t feel like leaving the building to work out? Enjoy 1760 Third Avenue’s fully equipped fitness center, including cardio and strength equipment, which is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.
Looking for cheap eats? Head over to Papaya King for one of NYC’s famous hot dogs. In the mood for pizza? Little Luzzos’s has you covered for a classic NY slice while PQR offers some of the city’s best Roman style pies. Craving other NYC classics? Head to Pastrami Queen or Second Avenue Deli for some of the City’s best deli sandwiches or Russ and Daughters for a classic bagel and schmear. In the mood for Asian? Xian Famous Food’s spicy noodles and Mei Jin’s ramen bowls have you covered. Don’t miss one of NY’s best burgers at JG Melon. Looking for a night out? Head over to Flex’s Mussel’s happy hour before checking out Heidi’s House or Kaia. Feeling fancy? Walk or take a short subway ride to some of the world’s best restaurants including Daniel , Le Bernardin, and Jean Georges. Head to Laduree for one of Paris’s best macaron or Harb’s for Japan’s famous cakes and desserts. Looking to brunch? Sarabeth’s and Saint Ambroeus - both within walking distance of 1760 Third – have you covered. Vegan? Candle Café , one of NYC’s best vegan restaurants, is just a walk or short subway ride away. Want to channel your inner Top Chef? Head to Kitchen Arts and Letters to peruse a wide array or cookbooks for your next inspiration. Make friends with the owner Matt Sartwell to learn about upcoming book signings, lectures, and get ahead on new releases. Then make a stop at Fairway or Whole Foods for provisions before cooking up your favorite recipe at 1760 Third's communal kitchen – fully equipped with multiple cooking stations, microwaves, sinks and countertop space.
Take a stroll down Madison or Fifth Avenue to see more than 150 luxury designer boutiques and retailers including Chanel, Prada, YSL, Gucci, Missoni, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany’s, Barney’s, Bloomingdales and Bergdorf Goodman. Looking for a bargain? Head over to Zara, H&M and Uniqlo, and Flying Tiger, or check out A Second Chance and Housing Works to find some vintage steals. Soho is also a subway ride on the 6 train away, offering a diverse shopping scene and an array of different shops for every budget, as well as galleries and restaurants for those looking to take a break from the stores. After a long day of shopping and walking, relax in 1760 Third’s rec room or enjoy a movie in the screening room.
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Third Avenue offers access to some of New York City’s most picturesque scenes. Walk and take photos along the East River and enjoy its incredible waterfront views. If you want to spend a day documenting your adventures, explore Central Park and take a picture on the scenic Gapstow Bridge and at the nearby Bethesda Fountain, or head to Carl Schurz Park to check out Gracie Mansion. If you are looking to brush up on your etiquette while enjoying afternoon tea, take the 6 train to the Plaza Hotel and sit in the Palm Court – one of the most iconic rooms in New York City or the Blue Box Café to enjoy your own breakfast at Tiffany’s. Tired after all your adventures? Head to the Met Roof Garden and Bar and enjoy the beautiful rooftop setting offering incredible views of Manhattan and Central Park.