A street with little to offer, the majority of this block is currently under construction (presumably for more hospital facilities - this neighborhood is littered with them). Aside from a church, a pizza place and a McDonald's there's practically nothing here to entice you.
Since York Avenue is the furthest east you can go at this point, the street is a literal dead-end. The New York Presbyterian Hospital sits as a monolithic structure at the end- blocking any views of the East River, Roosevelt Island, or Queens. That isn't to say it's not a handsome building. It is. In fact, many (though certainly not all) of the health care facilities around here are rather interesting.