Upper East Side officers found a lost dog on the Upper East Side Thursday morning. The photo that was posted online of the officers and the dog credited the power of social media. Shortly after, the dog was reunited with his family. Click here for more information.
A new walk in clinic has opened inside an UES pharmacy. MinuteClinic will now be operating inside the CVS on East 86th Street. People are able to come here to get treated for common illnesses and wounds. All the staff are able to provide prescriptions and administer vaccinations. The clinic will be open from 8:30 […]
Lenox Hill Grill closes after 59 years of being in business. The Lenox Hill grill shut down in the beginning of August due to imminent construction. Landlords have filed plans to enlarge the building and turn it into a six story building and add additional apartments to it. Click here for more information.
Northwell Health is planning on building a new medical facility on the Upper East Side. Northwell Health’s expansion is going to be built on third avenue between 76th and 77th street. They are going to use the new medical facility as an ambulatory care and cancer center. Click here for more information.
Boxing brand Rumble just opened their biggest location on the Upper East Side on 3rd avenue near East 84th Street. Not only are there studios, there are saunas and a drybar in the five-story building as well. Rumble is not your average gym, but instead more of a place where people feel like they can […]
Ilsoo Choi, the mailman who has delivered mail to his residents of the Upper East Side for the last twelve years, left letters for them to say thank you and let them know he was retiring. The relationship between Choi and his residents has been filled with a mutual enrichment and respect and kindness. He […]
The Upper East Side private school, Spence, will hold a public hearing over its $74 million expansion plan. The hearing will allow the community residents to comment on the school’s plans to build a six-story athletic and academic facility on East 90th Street. The hearing will be held on Thursday at 10am. Click here for […]
“Developing Intention” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art features 14 high school students’ photography. The exhibit will be on view from July 13th through August 31st. The students in the show come from high schools in Manhattan, Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn and range in age from 15 to 18 years old. Click here for more […]
The Department of Transportation has proposed two expansions to the Upper East Side that would extend the Second Avenue bike lane from 68th Street to 59th Street and possibly build more bike lanes on East 65th, 66th, 84th and 85th Streets. The Community Board did not take action on the proposals on Monday night when […]
After more than forty years of serving New Yorkers on the Upper East Side, Italian restaurant, Vivolo is closing its doors. The owner told Eater that it was too difficult to maintain a profitable business in the current market conditions. Located in a townhouse on East 74th Street, the restaurant was a classic fixture in […]