The Upper West Side
Smartly addressed, The Chamberlain is in close proximity to one of the most important neighborhood thoroughfares, providing immediate access to both above and below ground transportation. The architecturally-rich heritage of the Upper West Side offers tree-lined landmark brownstone blocks, iconic Beaux-Arts and Art Deco apartment houses, and pedestrian-scaled boulevards offering delicious epicurean destinations, stylish shopping boutiques, prestigious cultural institutions, and idiosyncratic local finds. Bookended by Central Park and Riverside Park, The Chamberlain is immediately accessible to the City's most prestigious cultural institutions.
A Scene That Inspires
Isn't it Romantic?
The Chamberlain is surrounded by the best of New York. Legendary bakeries, epic parks and playgrounds, independent bookstores and award-winning restaurants. This is why the Upper West Side is the city’s most desired residential neighborhood.
A casual approach to Michelin level dining, this corner indoor/outdoor brasserie is a neighborhood destination that reflects the spirit of the West Side. Daniel Boulud’s Lincoln Center outpost is conveniently adjacent to the performances at Alice Tully Hall, the Vivian Beaumont Theater, and the Walter Reade Independent Cinema.
Central Park’s architectural landmark stands sentry above the Lower Reservoir, capping Vista Rock, the park’s second highest natural elevation. Designed by Fredrick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, the restored Castle is the site of the official Central Park weather station.
Children’s History Museum
The only history museum in New York dedicated to children is located at the newly renovated New York Historical Society. The interactive mini-museum invites kids to explore American history through the eyes of historically significant New Yorkers, when they were kids, including Founding Father Alexander Hamilton.
The most legendary and essential food emporium in New York; an institution that has evolved with the neighborhood. Renowned for their smoked fish, bagels, olives and cheeses, the single, narrow storefront that opened in 1934 now encompasses the full-block of Broadway between 80th and 81st Street.