The 52nd Street Project introduces young people (ages 9 to 18) from the Clinton neighborhood to the business and craft of theater production through playwriting workshops, classes and mentoring opportunities with members of the Broadway community.
Venture here to see who has traveled below to Broadway's nightclub for some classically inspired cuisine & cocktails and live entertainment until the wee hours.
583 Park Avenue is a magnificent New York event venue reminiscent of a bygone era. Now available to host galas, weddings, corporate events, and more.
Mon & Wed: 11 am-7 pm Tues & Thurs: 10 am-6 pm Fri & Sat: 10 am-5 pm The 58th Street Branch of the New York Public Library opened on May 10, 1907. Once housed in a Carnegie building it now occupies part of two floors of an office tower. The first floor is accessible to persons who use wheelchairs. A multi-use meeting room, available for community group meetings and library programs is located on the second floor. For more information on the branch, click here.
59E59 Theaters has three modern stages that present Off Broadway productions by nonprofit companies from across the United States and around the world.
5Pointz is an outdoor art exhibit space in Long Island City, New York, considered to be the world’s premiere “graffiti mecca,” where aerosol artists from around the globe paint colorful pieces on the walls of a 200,000-square-foot factory building.
601Artspace partners with artists, curators and other not-for-profit organizations to produce unconventional exhibitions, talks, film screenings and special projects within a non-commercial context. Its permanent collection acts as a catalyst for artistic and curatorial encounters.
Since 1988, 651 ARTS has been committed to developing, producing and presenting performance and cultural programming rooted in the African Diaspora, with a primary focus on contemporary performing arts. 651 ARTS serves the cultural life of New York City, with a particular focus on Brooklyn, one of America’s most culturally diverse communities. -
Mon & Wed: 11 am-6 pm Tues & Thurs: 11 am-7 pm Fri & Sat: 10 am-5 pm The 67th Street Branch was one of the Carnegie branches built with funds donated to the City of New York by Andrew Carnegie. The branch was designed by Babb, Cook & Willard, one of three architectural firms selected to design the Carnegie branches. It was built, in agreement with the previous owner's wishes, to resemble the Yorkville Branch. In 2005 the 67th Street Branch reopened after a renovation, its first since the 1950s, that refurbished the library's architecture and modernized its access and services. The original ...
The Financial District building features an open plaza area, with an array of interesting elements, including honey locust trees, artificial stream beds and foot bridges.