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Murray Hill
Murray Hill is a flourishing New York City neighborhood located in the borough of Manhattan. Around 1987, numerous real estate developers in the area of the neighborhood as well as its new residents described the boundaries of Murray Hill as being within East 34th Street, East 42nd Street, Madison Avenue, and the East River. In 1999, Frank P. Vardy, the New York City Planning Commission designated the neighborhood's boundary as being within East 34th Street, East 40th Street, Madison Avenue, and Third Avenue. Murray Hill is also part of Manhattan Community Board 6. Today, the neighborhood is primarily residential area where many young single adults and families are consistently making use of what quite a few people describe as being a fantastic location to find tremendous value.

Concealed within the walls of imposing buildings such as the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building are stunning townhouses which are over 100 years old, as well as a plethora of newer luxury residential buildings. Third Avenue above and below 34th Street boasts a popular movie theater, numerous lounges/bars, and fantastic restaurants which help contribute to the neighborhood's active community night-life scene.

Murray Hill also boasts the Morgan Library, Macy's at Herald Square, W-Hotel, and many other incredible places, as well as Bryant Park and its closeness to neighboring hot spots including Gramercy Park, Union Square, and other great Manhattan neighborhoods. Those living in Murray Hill are surrounded by many different things to do and the neighborhood is considered to be one of The Big Apple's best residential neighborhoods.