Fifth Avenue is Manhattan’s dividing line, marking the division of east and west sides, but the avenue itself seems to connote so much of what the city’s East Side is all about. This is where some of the city’s most iconic buildings are found, including the Empire State Building, in the Murray Hill neighborhood.
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Daily News Building
The landmark lobby of this Art Deco tower contains an illuminated 12-foot globe that revolves beneath a black glass dome.…Learn More >
Pace Gallery (Midtown)
This leading contemporary art gallery—with three outposts in Chelsea, two in London, and one each in Beijing and Hong Kong—focuses…Learn More >
Edwynn Houk Gallery
The impressive stable of 20th-century photographers represented and shown here includes Sally Mann, Robert Polidori, Nick Brandt, Lalla Essaydi, Annie…Learn More >