10075 is located in Manhattan and includes Lenox Hill & Upper East Side.

This neighborhood is mostly residential.
Public schools in this neighborhood are rated higher than average on two out of five dimensions of school quality. Student achievement in public schools in this neighborhood is rated Very high.
This neighborhood had among the fewest crimes per person.

EHV Payment Amount

EHVs can cover different amounts of rent depending on the zip code where a home is located and the size of the home, and they can provide extra help in some neighborhoods where housing is more expensive. You may hear the term “payment standard,” which means the maximum amount of rent an EHV can cover.

If you are searching in zip code 10075, EHVs may help pay the following amounts for SROs, Studios, and 1-4 bedroom apartments:

SRO: $2475
Studio: $3300
1-BR: $3366
2-BR: $3806
3-BR: $4785
4-BR: $5148

For more information about payment amounts across the city, please visit: https://nyc.gov/hpd-payment-standards.


10075 is served by the following transit options:

Subways: 6
Bus lines: M1, M2, M3, M4, M15, M15-SBS, M31, M79-SBS, M98, M101, M102, M103
Express bus lines: BxM1
Citibike: Yes

Or map your commute to school, work, or to see family/friends.

Food Access

Compared to other neighborhoods, 10075 has a below average number of places to buy food.

Food shops: 24
Year-round farmers markets: 0
Seasonal farmers markets: 0
Soup kitchens: 1
Food pantries: 0


Neighborhood safety is difficult to measure and summarize, but when looking at the number of certain felony crimes that occurred in this area between 2014 and 2018, 10075 had among the fewest crimes per person compared to other neighborhoods.

For more information on which crimes were analyzed and how they were adjusted for the number of people who live in each zip code, see the technical notes.

Healthcare Services

Compared to other neighborhoods, 10075 has a below average number of healthcare facilities.

Hospitals and clinics: 2
Mental health: 2
Chemical dependency: 0
Health promotion and disease prevention: 0
Residential healthcare: 1
Other healthcare: 1

Social Services

Compared to other neighborhoods, 10075 has a below average number of social services.

Senior services: 1
Immigrant services: 0
Services for people with disabilities: 0
Community centers and community school programs: 0
Non-resident housing and homeless services: 0
Legal and intervention services: 0
Financial and social services: 0
Workforce development: 0

Childcare Facilities

Compared to other neighborhoods, 10075 has a below average number of childcare facilities.

After school programs: 1
Day care facilities: 8
DOE universal pre-K facilities: 1
Preschools for students with disabilities: 0

Public Schools

Each school year the New York City Department of Education (DOE) surveys students, parents, and teachers. This information is used to measure five dimensions of school quality for each school. The New York City public schools located in 10075 were rated:

Rigorous instruction: Average
Collaborative teachers: Above average
Supportive environment: Average
Effective school leadership: Average
Trust: Very high

Student achievement is rated Very high.

For more detailed information on a specific school, please visit: https://tools.nycenet.edu/snapshot/2019/
To look up zoned schools at a given address, please visit: https://schoolsearch.schools.nyc/


Of the people who live in 10075:

16% are children
27% are seniors

Of the people in 10075:

6% identify as Asian
3% identify as Black
16% identify as Hispanic/Latinx
71% identify as White

Types of Housing & Buildings

Buildings in 10075 are mostly residential. The most common type of properties in 10075 are apartment buildings with elevators.

Street Life

Explore 10075 through Google Street View:

Open Space and Parks

Compared to other neighborhoods, 10075 has an average amount of open space and parks.

Parks, playgrounds & natural areas: 4
Gardens: 0
Playfields: 0
Triangles & plazas: 0

Note: Some zip codes are close to but do not include very large parks like Central Park, Prospect Park, Van Cortlandt Park, and others. In these cases, residents still have nearby access to high-quality open space, but this access is not reflected in the numbers above. You may want to explore on a map to see if any large parks are nearby.

Religious Facilities

10075 includes the following religious facilities:

Chabad-Lubavitch Of The Upper East Side Inc
419 E 77th St, New York

Ramaz School
60 E 78th St, New York

Temple Shaaray Tefila Aka Congregation Shaaray Tefila
250 E 79th St, New York

Unitarian Church Of All Souls
1157 Lexington Ave, New York

First Hungarian Baptist Church
225 East 8oth Street, New York

Manhattan District Council
531 E 78th St Apt 2c, New York

Womens Alliance Of The Unitarian Church Of All Souls Inc
1157 Lexington Ave, New York

Chabad Young Professionals Upper East Side
419 E 77th St, New York