New York's
Historic Neighborhood

Carnegie Hill, one of New York City’s most attractive and varied neighborhoods.

It has been likened to a village within our great city. It is studded with a wide range of architectural styles, from Civil War-era charming wooden houses, to late 19th-century stately rowhouses, early 20th-century elegant mansions and pre-war magnificent apartment buildings along with cultural institutions and more than a dozen schools.

FEATURED EVENTS

Fall Prevention Training

Wednesday, June 19, 2019 | 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. | Immanuel Lutheran Church

Back by popular demand, our Fall Prevention Training led by Robert Curran, Injury Prevention and Outreach trauma specialist from New York Presbyterian, and in partnership with the New York City Council. Please contact events@chneighbors.org for more information regarding this important forum series.

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Did you know:
One in four people aged 65 or older has a fall each year. Avoiding a fall is possible. Identify fall-related hazards, prevent falls from occurring. How to safely get up and call for help