Named after The New York Times, when the world-renowned newspaper moved its headquarters to 42nd Street, Times Square is truly the crossroads of the world. At the epicenter of the city, explore the shops, restaurants, theaters, performers, art installations, and year-round events that make New York, New York.
NYC’s most famous shopping district, 5th Avenue spans all of Manhattan and divides the island between East and West. Explore high-end boutiques, department stores, museums, and cafes for miles. While walking along, look out for storefront art installations, like the 12-storey work by Virgil Abloh, who is also featured in the EDITION Broadsheet.
Tannen’s Magic Shop is the oldest operating magic shop in New York City. It was founded by Louis Tannen in 1925.
Cozy cafe offering coffee, espresso drinks & homemade pastries.
A small lunch counter tucked into a loading dock entrance serving Latin-American fare. If you don’t look carefully, you’ll walk right past it – a true hidden gem.
Founded in 1885, Keen’s is the second oldest steakhouse in NYC. It features one of the largest collections of smoking pipes in the world (over 50,000) from diners like Mark Twain and Teddy Roosevelt.
Feinstein’s/54 Below, Broadway’s Supper Club, offers an unforgettable New York night, combining performances by Broadway’s best with world class dining in an elegant setting. Steps from Times Square, the club is known as Broadway’s living room, a home away from home for Broadway professionals and audiences alike, with pre-theatre dinner. It also stands on the same spot once occupied by Studio 54, Ian Schrager’s iconic nightclub that changed the New York nightclub scene.
The world-renowned Museum of Modern Art features an unparalleled permanent collection of paintings and sculptures, and sharing thought-provoking modern and contemporary art.
Steps from The Times Square EDITION, Rockefeller Center offers shopping, seasonal art installations, tours of NBC Studios, and access to breathtaking views of NYC from Top of the Rock.
Stretching from 59th Street to 110th Street, Central Park is one of New York’s most iconic spots. Visit the Central Park Zoo, explore one of the world’s premier collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, surround yourself with nature while rowing on the pond, or take it all in along one of the park’s many jogging paths.
Located behind the New York Public Library, stretching from 5th Ave to 6th Ave, Bryant Park offers year-round programming, including film screenings in the summer and a popular skating rink in the winter. Take a moment to enjoy the many kiosks with bites and tchotchkes, and soak in the surrounding skyscrapers from the sprawling lawn.
Elevate your workout with extreme, athletic-based HIIT classes at Tone House. Sessions are team-oriented, competitive, fun, and supportive, guaranteeing optimal fitness results.
Wellness studio offering guided meditation and relaxation sessions in a modern atmosphere.
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