Pre-war buildings and post-college co-eds fill the streets in Murray Hill. Although this boisterous locale is known for its raucous nightlife and hip cafes, Murray Hill offers more than countless places to party. Nineteenth century townhouses add a touch of sophistication to its mix of nondescript apartment complexes. For a low-key weekday meal or a loud and late-night round of drinks, Murray Hill’s got something that fits the bill.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Post-College Party in Murray Hill
This residential neighborhood also offers all the necessary retail services including restaurants, supermarkets, drugstores/pharmacies, banks, bars and dry cleaning/laundromats. Because of its proximity to the United Nations, this area is also home to many consulates."
The Morning After in Murray Hill
The neighborhood is lively and well connected with public transportation (nearby Grand Central Station)."
Visited in 2012
Great for Getting Into (or out of) NYC
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Kenn Tam is a Canadian photographer living and working in New York City's Manhattan, that specializes in portraits and street photography. And yes, he was that high school year book guy with a 50mm lens for a face.