Located on the east side of Midtown Manhattan, Turtle Bay is between 41st and 54th Streets and extends from Lexington Avenue to the East River. Turtle Bay started life as a farm and had been through many changes in its 350 year history. After falling into such disrepair from being commercially overbuilt along the water and a large number of tenements and cheap rooming houses, the neighborhood saw resurgence in the 1920’s. With the creation of Turtle Bay Gardens and the renovation of many of the brownstones in the area, the neighborhood has attracted a long list of prominent New Yorkers. Some of Turtle Bay’s more famous residents have included, Mary Bowen Chapin, Katherine Hepburn, Ricardo Montalban, Dorothy Thompson and E.B. White, who wrote Charlotte’s Web while living there.
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