There are many townhouses and buildings in New York covered by beautiful leaves (often ivy leaves). Hence, this post aims to put some of these locations together so that the next time you come to NYC, you already know where to go! Also, if you’re aware of other nice locations, please leave a comment on the post. You know our philosophy: sharing is caring!
The video below shows the same location in Gramercy. Click here.
Another beautiful townhouse is the one located in Morningside Heights, Manhattan.
West Village Townhouses and buildings
And what about this gorgeous building on 31 Bank Street, in the heart of the West Village?
Another beautiful facade decorated with gorgeous ivy leaves is located on 12th street, between 5th and 6th Avenue, in the West Village.
Another street we would definitely recommend visiting in the West Village is Grove Street (by the way, this location is also very close to the famous TV Show “Friends” apartment building.
This is another photo of Grove Street as of June 2019.
Upper East Side Townhouses and buildings
Then comes the time of the Upper East Side! These townhouses are located on East 93rd Street (if we remember correctly, they are between Madison Avenue and 5th Avenue)
The video below shows the opposite side of this same street: 93rd Street and Madison Avenue.
This is another photo of 93rd Street and Madison as of June 2019.
Talking about the Upper East Side, there’s a small, quiet neighborhood in Midtown East that is borderline with the UES: Sutton Place.
Look at this pretty facade located on East 57th Street!
East Village Townhouses and buildings
Another building and another neighborhood: the East Village! This townhouse is located on Stuyvesant Street, and it’s actually quite a famous “instagramable” location! Many influencers take a selfie here, especially during the summer season when the building is fully covered of leaves!
This is another view of the same building as of May 2019.
Central Park Townhouses and buildings
Next, we have 1 hotel Central Park, located in Midtown Manhattan
BryaTownhouses and buildings
Obviously, this post wouldn’t be complete without at least a photo of Bryant Park as of July 2019.