Murray Hill is a residential area close to the Midtown business district, combining elegant townhouses on the side streets and attractive apartment buildings with some good restaurants and the JP Morgan library. This is small area located between Fifth Avenue and the Franklin Delanor Roosevelt Drive and 34th and 42nd streets to where the United States is. As a residential neighborhood, it is central and has excellent activities and restaurants.
Morgan Library provide Murray Hill with considerable elegance and style. And many old mansions now serve its Diplomatic Missions.
The dazzling Grand Central Station and the Chrysler Building are stunning architectural highlights. Another fun historical building is at the Soutwest corner of 37th Street and Park Avenue stands the neo-Georgian Union League Clud designed by Morris & O’ Connor. This exclusive club was formed by Republicans who quit the exclusive Union Club over its alleged failure to throw out Confederate sympathizers in the Civil War. The Union League Club has a very important collection of 19th Century American paintings that is second only to that of the Century Association, which is located nearby at 1 West 43rd Street, among New York’s clubs.