Lenox Hill Movers

Lenox Hill Movers

Considered one of Manhattan’s top neighborhoods, Lenox Hill exudes classic New York City living amid lovely tree-lined streets and top-end amenities. Some refer to Lenox Hill as the “lower Upper East Side” but to get a clearer picture, the neighborhood is tucked in between Central Park and the East River, with E 77th St on the north and E 59th St on the south. Buildings mix new with old – sleek new high rises tower over stunning brownstones, elegant townhomes, and gorgeous pre-war co-ops, apartments, and condos. Peppered around the trendy neighborhood, you’ll find upscale bistros, casual ethnic cafes, exclusive boutiques, designer stores, hotels, art galleries, and some of NYC’s most popular cultural attractions.

You can trust The Movers NYC to provide the finest Lenox Hill moving services. Whether you’re moving a treasured piano, need white-glove service for your antiques, or help with a large household move, The Movers NYC will expertly manage your relocation with professionalism and expertise. Our decades of experience in the moving industry give our customers the highest level of confidence and satisfaction.

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What to Know Before Moving to Lenox Hill

Looking to get a better feel for Manhattan’s Lenox Hill? Here are a handful of things you should know about this Manhattan gem.

Neighborhood Amenities

From world-class hospitals to world-class museums, Lenox Hill packs a lot in its compact footprint. The western border of Lenox Hill is defined by the splendor of Central Park. Just one block east of Central Park, Madison Avenue is lined with high-end stores. The Asia Society hosts concerts, performances, and exhibits with the goal of strengthening relations between Asia and the United States. The Frick Collection is located in a Fifth Avenue mansion that once belonged to steel magnate Henry Frick. A permanent collection of American art is on exhibit at the Whitney Museum. The six respected hospitals located within Lenox Hill include Lenox Hill Hospital; Gracie Square Hospital; Hospital for Special Surgery; Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital; and New York & Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center. Rockefeller University is a private graduate university that focuses mainly on medical and biological sciences.

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The Frick Collection was founded by industrialist Henry Clay Frick in his UES mansion on East 70th Street. The small museum is known for its old master paintings and masterpieces from the Renaissance through the early 1900s. Photo credit ajay_suresh on Flickr.

Walk Score and Transportation

Commuting to work, running errands, or walking your kids to school along the beautiful tree-lined streets is convenient and easy in Lenox Hill. Both the transit score and walk score top out at 100! The available subway lines include 4, 5, 6, F, and Q. Cycling is popular on excellent flat bike lanes that have earned the neighborhood a strong 78 bike score.

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Lenox Hill residents have easy access to all the amenities of Central Park, including the 20-acre lake with rowboats available in season from the iconic Loeb Boathouse.

Types of Buildings and Housing Prices

Lenox Hill is a safe, affluent neighborhood with a variety of housing types and prices. The median sales price is $1,500,000, however, 73% of residents rent; a one-bedroom apartment averages $3,500 monthly. Housing costs depend on a building’s amenities, such as whether it has a doorman, a superintendent, a gym, an elevator, central air conditioning, and more. Many Lenox Hill buildings offer all these features and more while the more affordable units are studios located in post-war buildings with limited amenities or in the new condo developments east of Third Ave. Of course the closer you are to Central Park, the pricier the housing. The most luxurious housing is located mostly between Central Park and Lexington Avenue. This area of elegant Beaux-Arts and Neo-Georgian brownstones and boutique pre-war buildings has a distinct old-world charm and glamour.

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About 88,000 people live in compact Lenox Hill. The majority of residents, many of whom are employed in various medical fields, are professionals who have a bachelor’s degree or higher. The average household income is $230,962 and only 18% of households have children.

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Beautiful rowhouses on East 64th Street date back to 1877. Photo credit Spencer Means on Flickr.

Lenox Hill’s Trusted Moving Company

Whether you’re planning to move long-distance, internationally, or even are moving within Lenox Hill, The Movers NYC is ready to provide you with a stress-free and professional move. Bonded, licensed, and insured, your move will be completely protected and personalized to your needs. Our decades of experience in the moving industry give us the ability to handle any type of Lenox Hill moving challenge so you don’t have to. Our customer-first Manhattan moving services include:

  • Local, long-distance, and international moves
  • Specialty moves: art, antiques, pianos, white-glove services, and more
  • Residential and commercial moving services
  • Last-minute and same-day moves
  • Full-service moving and packing options available

The Movers NYC will provide you with a first-class, customer-first Lenox Hill move. Get your free moving quote now!

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