Battery Park is a 25-acre public park located at the Battery, the southern tip of Manhattan Island, facing the New York
Washington Square Park is a 9.75-acre public park in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Lower Manhattan.
Rising nearly 70 feet tall at the intersection of Canal Street and West Street, this highly visible structure along the Hudson River will house
5,000 tons of salt. The architectural design of the structure has been widely praised for its crystalline aesthetic, and has been called “a functional piece of architectural eye candy.”
The Stephen A. Schwarzman Building is part of The New York Public
Library, which consists of four major research libraries and 88 branch
libraries located in the Bronx, Manhattan, and Staten Island.
The Jane Hotel in Lower Manhattan is a red-brick, historic landmark overlooking the Hudson river. This quirky spot is known for its small but cozy rooms, popular downstairs nightclub, and excellent customer service.
Experience the timeless glamour of The St. Regis New York, the premier luxury hotel in NYC.
The American Museum of Natural History, located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, is home to one of the largest collections of fossils, meteorites, and ancient cultural artifacts in the world.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, colloquially known as “The Met”, is the largest art museum in the United States,
and is among the most visited art museums in the world. The permanent collection features pieces from classical antiquity, works by nearly all the European masters, and an extensive selection of modern art.
Movies screened with global fare & craft cocktails served at patrons’ seats.
Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States, drawing thousands of visitors daily with its many seasonal attractions and 843 acres of picturesque paths, ponds, and gardens.
The Empire State Building is a historic skyscraper designed in the classic Art-Deco style. Dubbed one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, the Empire State Building features a public observation deck on its 102nd floor.
Coney Island is a beach and leisure/entertainment destination on the Coney Island Channel in Brooklyn. Known for its amusement park and boardwalk, Coney Island has been a destination for family entertainment for over 100 years.
The Statue of Liberty is the colossal neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in New York Harbor that has been welcoming immigrants and visitors to the city since its dedication in 1886.
Anthology Film Archives is an international center for the
preservation, study, and exhibition of film and video, with a particular
focus on independent, experimental, and avant-garde cinema.
Pristine beaches and trails make this former military base in the Rockaways a picturesque getaway from the hustle of the city.
The Woolworth Building is an early New York City skyscraper in the Neo-Gothic style
designed by architect Cass Gilbert and constructed between 1910 and
The Neue Galerie New York is a museum of early twentieth-century
German and Austrian art and design located in the William Starr Miller
House at 86th Street and Fifth Avenue in New York City.
The High Line is a 1.45-mile long elevated park built on a former New York Central Railroad spur. It has become one of Manhattan’s most loved public parks since it was opened to the public in 2009.
“Old chapel that George Washington actually went to when in New York. It’s filled with Masonic and gnostic art. The cemetery attached is incredible. Also, many people took shelter here during 9/11. Incredibly, the small chapel survived.” — Jeremy & the Harlequins