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This is the geographical center of NYC, steps from the greatest museums, the best concerts, the grandest parks, the smartest schools, and the fastest subways to anyplace else. Everything you could want is right around the corner—from cutting edge performances to classic NY style and original neighborhood haunts where legends still meet and eat.

MINUTE city

  • Restaurants & Cafes +
    Asiate
    Baccarat Hotel
    Bar Boulud
    Benoit New York
    Boulud
    Café Luxembourg
    Casellula
    'Cesca
    Épicerie Boulud
    Estiatorio Milos
    Il Corso
    Il Gattopardo
    Jean-Georges
    La Bonne
    Landmarc
    Loi Estiatorio
    Marea
    Magnolia Bakery
    Masseria Dei Vini
    Nobu Fifty Seven
    Per Se
    Petrossian Boutique & Café
    P.J. Clarke’s
    Porter House
    Sullivan Street Bakery
    Tacuba
    Tavern on the Green
    The Leopard at des Artistes
    The Plaza Food Hall
    The Polo Bar
    The Ribbon
    The Russian Tea Room
  • Shopping+
    Athleta
    Bergdorf Goodman
    Dylan's Candy Bar
    Intermix
    Jo Malone London
    Lululemon
    Michael Kors
    Morton Williams Fresh Marketplace
    Nordstrom Men’s Store
    Pottery Barn
    Rag & Bone
    Shakespeare & Co
    Stuart Weitzman
    Sur La Table & Nespresso Boutique
    Theory
    Tucker Square Greenmarket
    Time Warner Center
    Wolford
    Warby Parker
    West Elm
    Whole Foods Market
    Zara
  • Fitness & Wellness +
    305 Fitness – Columbus Circle
    Bliss 57 NY
    CityMD West 57th Urgent Care – NYC
    Crunch Fitness – 54th Street
    Drybar Nordstrom at Columbus Circle
    Equinox Columbus Circle
    Equinox Sports Club New York
    Exhale New York – Central Park South
    Faina European Day Spa
    Guerlain Spa
    Grandee Men’s Spa
    Gym on 5th
    La Prairie Spa at the Ritz-Carlton New York
    Planet Fitness
    Pure Barre
    The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, New York
    TMPL – Hell’s Kitchen
  • Culture, Landmarks & Parks +
    ABC Studios NYC
    American Museum of Natural History
    American Folk Art Museum
    Central Park
    Belvedere Castle
    Central Park Zoo
    Central Park Carousel
    Columbus Circle
    Damrosch Park
    Hearst Plaza
    Museum of Arts & Design
    New York Historical Society Museum
    Riverside Park South
    Sheep Meadow
    Time Warner Center
    The Julliard School
    The School of American Ballet
    TURNSTYLE
    Westside Bike Path
  • Entertainment+
    Broadway Comedy Club
    Carnegie Hall
    Color Me Mine
    Dizzy’s Club
    Film at Lincoln Center
    Lincoln Center
    New York City Ballet
  • Transportation+
    57th Street Subway Station – N Q R W
    57 Street – E F
    59 St – Columbus Circle – 1 A C B D
    7 Avenue Station – E B D
HERE AT THE CENTER OF IT ALL, CULTURE IS A LITTLE CLOSER, PARKS ARE A LITTLE GRANDER, JAZZ IS A LITTLE FREER, AND DAYS FEEL A LITTLE FULLER.

CENTRAL

CENTERING

Meet your new backyard: 843 acres of rolling hills, historic trees, endless fresh air and inspiration. The most visited urban park and the most filmed location in the world, Central Park could be your kid’s, your dog’s and your own new playground for strolling, jogging, rowing, skating, and every kind of play—even Shakespeare’s.

PEAK
PERFORMANCE

Lincoln Center
The world’s leading performing art center is just up the street. This magnificent arts center offers 30 indoor and outdoor venues housing an astonishing lineup of companies—the NY Phil, the Metropolitan Opera, NYC Ballet, Lincoln City Theater, Film at Lincoln Center, the Julliard School and Jazz at Lincoln Center. Stroll on up, enjoy the plaza, the fine dining, and, in summer—bring your salsa shoes.

EXPAND
your
CIRCLE

Lincoln Square
Turn left and you’re at Columbus Circle—right at the city’s prime dining and shopping destination. Discover the Shops at Columbus Circle for luxury and unique finds, plus Michelin-starred dining, drinks and views. Jazz at Lincoln Center offers three incredible venues including Dizzy’s—the supper club with the world’s best views. Right next door on the Circle—MAD, the Museum of Arts and Design. Expand the circle to cultural landmarks like Carnegie Hall and the Hallet Nature Sanctuary.

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