767 Lexington Avenue Optical Shop Suits Your Needs
The 767 Lexington Avenue Cohen's Fashion Optical is located on your way to work, or home from a day in the city's center. Our eyeglasses store at 60th Street is easily accessible by subway, and we're near the Lexington Avenue Subway Station at 59th Street. Schedule eye exams with our Uptown Manhattan optometrist
, and while you're waiting for your eyeglasses, pop in to a neighborhood coffee shop for artisan roast coffee, or nosh on scones at a nearby teashop. Chill nearby after your Lenox Hill optometrist appointment and try a craft cocktail at a fine lounge within walking distance of our eye care center.
Stop by our 767 Lexington Avenue optical shop for all of your glasses needs because we know that you need different eyewear for all facets of your life. Browse this eyeglasses store
at 60th Street for reading glasses that help you decipher small-print menus. While at this Upper East Side optical shop, look for eyeglasses that help with driving during everyday errands, and you'll appreciate new lenses when you take in the season's hottest off-Broadway or Broadway play. Consider prescription sunglasses that cut out reflective glare, and look for classic sunglass frame styles such as aviators, wayfarers or wraparounds.
Did you know our New York optical stores
go back almost 100 years? Our founder began selling eyeglass frames in 1927 from a pushcart in New York City; Jack Cohen believed that everyone deserved flattering glasses that were stylish and affordable. In fact, our eye care center founder and his family hand-dyed eyeglass frames different colors to give customers more choices for fashionable looks. We've added eye exams now, but back then Cohen's was the first optical retailer to sell fashion eyewear in New York City.
While at the 767 Lexington Avenue optical store, you'll admire the variety of materials used to create our high-quality fashion eyewear
. This eyeglasses store at 60th Street offers eyeglass frames made with the newest materials, such as titanium, acetate, stainless steel and plastic. Ask one of our New York City optical associates about plastic frames forged from acetate, and these eyeglasses frames are hypoallergenic, glossy, lightweight, and made from renewable materials. For intriguing eyeglass frames, consider leather frames that create a heritage look.