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- New York City’s Upper East Side has a dark area on East End Avenue where many of the city’s richest live.
- Celebrities like Debra Messing and Ricky Martin reside in the area, dubbed ‘the suburb of the Upper East Side.’
- Rumor has it the Obamas may be moving in soon.
New York’s Upper East Side has prolonged been synonymous with the city’s wealthy elite, a century before new towers like 15 Central Park West and One57 became en practice addresses for the world’s millionaires and billionaires.
While Park Avenue and 5th Avenue have always been the many fascinating Upper East Side addresses, the area has a third desired street famous only to those in the know — East End Avenue.
Only 11 blocks prolonged and nestled against the East River, East End has turn a isolated area of its own, one that residents call ‘the suburb of the Upper East Side.’
The dark area has been the home of heiresses, celebrities, politicians, and billionaires including New York kingship Vincent Astor, Club Monaco founder Joseph Mimram, thespian Ricky Martin, baseball player Johan Santana, hedge-funder Arvind Sanger, and singer Debra Messing.
Rumor has it that Barack and Michelle Obama may be shopping an unit in the former building of heiress Gloria Vanderbilt in the neighborhood.
Ed Baquero, president of the Corigin Real Estate Group and the developer of the area’s newest building 20 East End, recently gave us a debate of the neighborhood, which he called “a little dark gem.”