301 East 50th’s neighborhood is positioned between quiet residential enclaves like Beekman Place, Sutton Place, Tudor Place, and Riverview Terrace, and the cosmopolitan centers of business and diplomacy to be found in Midtown Manhattan and the United Nations complex nearby. Historically home to diplomats and artists, to statesmen and to titans of industry, it’s long been a community for global citizens, tastemakers, and true New Yorkers. A walk-to-work proximity to the office towers of midtown also puts cultural gems like Carnegie Hall and the Museum of Modern Art—plus Fifth Avenue fashion—all within an easy weekend wander, while newly-landscaped waterfront parks and riverwalks put the expansive natural beauty of the East River and Roosevelt Island—and, come summer, the swiftest road to the Hamptons—just steps from your doorstep.