Discover the tranquility of Murray Hill with it's refreshing tree lined streets and beautiful parks. Or, experience the hustle and bustle of Midtown East. Whether you’re here to work or play, 15 East 36 is your ideal home. Restaurants, bars and shops of every kind are just outside your door. Cultural institutions like the Morgan Library and the New York Public Library are nearby. Live in the shadow of New York icons like the Empire State Building and Grand Central Station. All the convenience of Midtown transportation is close by and Park Avenue's culinary hub is right around the corner. Discover an oasis in midst of popular attractions - 15 East 36 offers the best of all Manhattan worlds.
The vast architectural landmark and transit hub in the heart of midtown offering shopping, dining, and transportation.
A public institution once owned by J. P. Morgan’s son housing a massive library, art, and scholarly research center. It also houses an intricate lunch restaurant known as the Morgan Dining Room.
A non-profit organization that showcases Scandinavian art, history, and hosts events for education. Also home to Smorgas Chef, an upscale Swedish restaurant.
The largest New York Public Library building housing some of the oldest and rarest pieces of their research collection. There are also rotating exhibitions for visitors to explore.
Right behind the main entrance of the New York Public Library, the open lawn park hosts seasonal activities in the heart of the busy Midtown activity.
The heart of entertainment in the city, offering theatre, shopping, and dining experiences.
Home to the New York Knicks and Rangers, an extra-large concert and entertainment venue sure to please people of all ages.
A Michelin-starred restaurant inspired by the French Riviera and Italy, headed by chef Michael White.
A well-known establishment formed by the former head waiter at Peter Luger’s Steakhouse, with locations all around the world.
Michelin-starred and vegetarian restaurant offering Japanese tasting menus.
Described as a restaurant for New York buffs, The Liberty fuses old and contemporary New York in a beautiful space.
A legendary and historic eatery serving raw oysters and chowders under one of Grand Central Terminal’s vaulted ceilings designed by the renowned Rafael Guastavino Moreno.
Continuing to the Bronx or Brooklyn
Service to Queens or Brooklyn.
Service to the Bronx, Queens, or Brooklyn.
A preschool focused on providing a Judaic curriculum while teaching necessary developmental milestones.
A private, independent preschool with a dual language program focusing on teaching English and Spanish to young children.
FA public school offering education to students from Preschool through Third grade.
A public school offering education to students from Preschool through Fifth grade.
A large neighborhood Sixth through Eighth grade middle school focused on high school preparation.
A public constituent college in the City University of New York system offering undergraduate, masters, and Ph.D. programs.
An academic medical center consisting of three hospitals affiliated with New York University.
The oldest public hospital in the country and part of the NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation.