Moving into Apartments for Rent and Learning Renoir House's Neighborhood
The apartments in Manhattan for rent at Renoir House are right in the heart of the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Moving into this classy, cultured, sophisticated neighborhood is the ideal choice for erudite Manhattanites from all walks of life. This neighborhood truly has something for everyone. Whether you enjoy going to museums or appreciate fine dining at some of Manhattan’s most delectable and tantalizing restaurants, you’re definitely going to appreciate the culture and elegance that this neighborhood has to offer.
Not only that, but this community is also home to some of the hottest designer boutique shops that money can buy, and today’s classiest refined department stores are also located in the heart of this community.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at Renoir House’s neighborhood on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Shopping on the Upper East Side: A Cultural Mecca of Decadent Designs and Refined Living
Do you have a taste for the good life?
Of course you do since you either live or are seriously considering moving into Renoir House in this gorgeous Lenox Hill neighborhood.
Well, the Upper East Side is truly a shopping mecca for those looking for the hottest designers and the most expensive department stores from around the world.
As a refined shopper, you are going to truly love this beautiful piece of heaven right in the heart of Manhattan.
As far as department stores are concerned, the biggest designer department store names are literally going to be right around the corner from your home.
There’s Barney’s New York and Bloomingdale’s, which everyone with good taste knows and loves.
And as far as boutique designers are concerned, the Upper East Side is the home to Tom Ford, Celine, Alexander McQueen, Hermes, and Valentino.
So the boutique shopping experience is available and right at your fingertips.
There’s also a Christian Loubouton boutique as well, so if you’re into designer French fashionable footwear, you’ll have access to it right in the center of your neighborhood.
Upper East Side Fine Dining: Enjoying Culinary Heaven Here on Earth
The Upper East Side is the ideal destination for fine dining in an urbane, sophisticated setting. And it’s home to some of the classiest restaurants that New York City has to offer.
If you’re in the mood for French cuisine, then you’re in luck because there are two amazing French restaurants right on the Upper East Side near Renoir House.
The first is called JoJo.
You’re going to love this restaurant because they serve amazing French cuisine that everyone can’t stop talking about.
Some of their more popular dishes on the menu include the slowly baked salmon, the black bass, the NY strip steak and so many other tasty choices.
Next, we have Café Boulud.
This divine French café has some of the finest cuisine in the area.
Local lunch and dinner favorites include the smoked okra king salmon, the chestnut veloute, the seared duck breast and the foie gras torchon.
Fine French cuisine is only one amazing option on the Upper East Side restaurant scene.
There are also a number of phenomenal sushi restaurants that even the most sophisticated Manhattanites can’t get enough of.
First, we have Sasabune.
This amazing sushi restaurant has a number of incredible options on their menu. Some of their best offerings include the fresh shrimp, the yellowtail tuna, the little neck clams, the horse mackerel, and so many other amazing options.
Next, another local favorite is Sushi of Gari.
This restaurant is truly to die for.
You’ll enjoy tasty options that include tempura, oshitashi, maguro avocado, beef tataki and a wide range of other delectable choices.
All in all, the amazing food is perfect for even the most sophisticated palate.
The Museum Mile: Where Class and Sophistication Thrive
If you’re a Manhattanite in love with museums, art, history, and culture, then you are absolutely going to fall head over heels in love with the Museum Mile.
Renoir House is just a hop, skip, and a jump away from the wonderful institutions displaying the most incredible art collections from across the globe for members of Manhattan’s upper crust.
The collections are truly to die for.
There are historical collections, collections from today’s modern Masters, and Bohemian art for those in love with avant-garde pieces.
First, let’s talk about the self and of the Museum Mile.
Here you’ll find the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In this decadent and divine location, you’ll find more than 2 million pieces of art in their permanent collection, and these works span more than 5000 years.
You get to enjoy the amazing impressionist paintings, the art from ancient Egypt, and the splendor of the American wing with contemporary pieces from some of today’s hottest American artists.
On the other side of the spectrum, the northern end of the Museum Mile is home to El Museo del Barrio, filled with amazing Latin and Puerto Rican art that shares a significant and rich cultural history.
This museum is the perfect place to experience the finest Latin and Puerto Rican art, while learning much more about their culture and history.
Then there is the Jewish Museum.
Here you’ll be able to view 4000 years’ worth of fine Jewish art.
The Museum of the City of New York is also in the Museum Mile.
At this museum, you’ll have an opportunity to view some of the most popular pieces of art and artifacts, and every one of them is related to New York City in one way or another.
At the Guggenheim, also known as the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, you’ll experience beautiful contemporary art exhibits and some of the most popular exhibitions in the art world today. When you live in Renoir House in the Lenox Hill neighborhood on the Upper East Side, you have the unique opportunity of experiencing the cultural superiority of these beautiful and incredible art museums on a regular basis since they’re right in your neighborhood.
Living in Renoir House is truly divine. And this remarkable neighborhood on the Upper East Side has everything that a cultured Manhattanite could ever want available right at their fingertips.