Upper East Side Parking

1387 3rd Avenue, New York, NY, 10075

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165 E 77th St. - Valet Garage
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350 East 82nd St. - Valet Garage LLC
8 min(0.4 mi)

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341 E 75th St. - Valet Garage
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400 E 81st St. - Valet
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303 E 83 St - Valet Garage
8 min(0.4 mi)

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Parking Rates Near Upper East Side

Parking TypeSpotHero Average Rental Price
Commuter Parking$24 - $47
Weekend Parking$18 - $29
Event Parking$22 - $56
Overnight Parking$35 - $64

Parking Near Upper East Side

Home to Museum Mile and prominently featured on TV shows such as "Sex and the City," the Upper East Side is a charming classic New York City neighborhood rich with brownstones and "classic six" apartments. The Upper East Side's official boundaries are between 59th and 96th streets with Central Park serving as the main boundary for the Upper East Side to the west, and 2nd Avenue demarcating the neighborhood from Yorkville to the east.

SpotHero can help you find parking on the Upper East Side if you are visiting the neighborhood.


Is there free parking on the Upper East Side?

In comparison to most of notoriously car-hostile Manhattan, it's difficult but not impossible to find free parking on the Upper East Side. The closer you are to a two-way thoroughfare like 72nd or 86th streets, the more difficulty you will have finding a space. Since Park Avenue is the only avenue in New York City that does not have any bus routes running along it, you may be able to find a space without needing to enter a side street. Free parking is plentiful along the 70s and 80s, although you are more likely to find a space in nearby Yorkville, past 2nd and 1st avenues.

What other attractions and resources will you find on the Upper East Side?

The Upper East Side holds the first stations built for the 2nd Avenue subway line and world-famous restaurants seen in films such as "Serendipity 3" on East 60th Street.

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