Carnegie Hill is a neighborhood located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York City. The neighborhood is roughly bounded by 86th Street to the south, 96th Street to the north, Third Avenue to the west, and Fifth Avenue to the east. Carnegie Hill is named after the famous philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, who built his mansion on Fifth Avenue in the neighborhood. Today, Carnegie Hill is known for its beautiful residential buildings, tree-lined streets, and high-end shops and restaurants. Carnegie Hill is a popular destination for those seeking a quieter, more residential atmosphere than the bustling streets of Midtown Manhattan.