- New York’s Upper East Side has a hidden neighborhood on East End Avenue, home to many of the city’s wealthiest residents.
- Celebrities like Debra Messing and Ricky Martin reside in the area, known as “the suburb of the Upper East Side”.
- Rumor has it the Obamas may move in soon.
New York’s Upper East Side has long been synonymous with the city’s affluent elite, a century before new towers like 15 Central Park West and A57 have become popular addresses for millionaires and billionaires around the world.
While Park Avenue and 5th Avenue have always been the top addresses on the Upper East Side, the area has a coveted third street known only to connoisseurs – East End Avenue.
Just 11 city blocks long and nestled against the East River, the East End has become a remote neighborhood, known to residents as “the suburb of the Upper East Side.”
The Hidden Neighborhood has been the home of heiresses, celebrities, politicians and billionaires, including New York royalty Vincent Astor, Founder of Club Monaco Joseph mimram, singer Ricky Martin, baseball player Johan Santana, hedge-funder Arvind Sanger, and actress Debra Messing.
Rumor has it that Barack and Michelle Obama maybe buy an apartment in the old building of heiress Gloria Vanderbilt in the neighborhood.