Spanning the area between the East River and Madison Avenue from 27th to 42nd streets, Murray Hill is a pulsing young neighborhood. Conveniently located near Grand Central Terminal along the Lexington Avenue subway line, it’s an accessible destination connecting Manhattan’s lower and upper east sides. Coupled with its laid back surrounding, Murray Hill provides plenty of opportunity for entertainment while maintaining a homey and effortless vibe.

Murray Hill Neighborhood Review-

Facts & Figures 

Average Rent (as of January 2013) 

    • Studio – $1856
    • 1 BR – $2408
    • 2 BR – $3536
    • 3 BR – $4740

Schools 

    • Manhattan Academy for Arts and Languages
    • Murray Hill Academy
    • P.S. 116 Mary Lindley Murray
    • Rebecca School
    • The Churchill School and Center
    • UN International School
    • British International School

Transit

    • 4 5 6 Trains – Grand Central, 42nd Street
    • 6 Train – 28th Street, Park Ave South
    • 6 Train – 33rd Street, Park Ave South

Hotels 

Banks

    • Wells Fargo
    • Bank of America
    • Chase Bank
    • Citibank
    • Capital One
    • TD Bank
    • HSBC