Your favorite neighborhood’s residential options just got a lot more exciting …and luxurious. The Murray Hill condos for sale at The Lindley offer everything from compact luxe-living quarters on up through three-bedroom, two-bathroom units with radiant-heated flooring in the master bath.
The Lindley also has a rooftop garden and grill area, perfect for an evening paired with a favorite beverage or a burger cooked to perfection. Stay in shape at The Lindley’s fitness center, outfitted with rubber flooring for extra comfort and quiet, no matter what your workout routine. Afterward, relax in the residents’ lounge and catch up on light reading.
Spend an afternoon shopping in Murray Hill with a visit to Dover Street Market New York, which offers everything from handbags to high-end jackets, sunglasses, and shoes for men and women. Pick out the perfect hat—no matter what your style—at the century-old JJ Hat Center. From cowboy to newsboy or fedora, if it’s a chic chapeau, JJ Hat Center has it.
Enjoy a summer weekend afternoon taking the East River Ferry over to Governors Island to experience NYC in a completely different way. Visit on a summer Saturday for a free kayaking session from the Downtown Boathouse or unwind in one of 50 hammocks in Hammock Grove for a great napping or reading site with an away-from-the-city vibe close to home. When you’re hungry, stop by the Island Oyster restaurant for seafood paired with a stunningly different view of Manhattan.
For another taste of island life without leaving town, visit Roosevelt Island, best accessed by an overhead tram that is designed like a large cabin-style ski lift. Take your bike on the tram; then ride around the island to check out its numerous park areas. For some outdoor family time, pack picnic supplies and have an old-fashioned barbecue, courtesy of the grills at Lighthouse Park or West Seawall.
Have some more outdoor family or solo fun in any season at Bryant Park. Take the entire troop ice skating at the rink at Bryant Park’s Winter Park during wintry months and enjoy some warm cocoa at Public Fare. In the warmer-weather months, take the kids to story time, treat yourself to a yoga or tai chi class, or challenge a stranger to a game of ping-pong. Music performances, magic shows, and puppet shows happen regularly at the park, offering entertainment for just about every age or interest. The park hosts more than 1,000 events and special activities every year, so there’s never a shortage of interesting outdoor experiences to discover within walking distance from home.
When you’re in the mood for an adults’ night out, check out the Jazz Standard, identified by New York Magazine as one of “10 venues impacting the NYC music scene today.” Check out the Jazz Standard’s Mingus Mondays to experience one of three Mingus bands or orchestras dedicated to performing Charles Mingus’s works. While you’re there, sample from the venue’s Southern-inspired menu, featuring fare such as skillet macaroni and cheese, fried chicken, barbecued salmon, and a seven-pepper beef brisket.