New York Sites

Museum Mile

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Museum Mile The Museum Mile is a stretch along 5th Avenue full of museums and other fine arts institutions in Manhattan. If you are in New York for a short stay and need to cram in lots of sightseeing, Museum Mile is a must. The tree lined walk down the side of Central Park is […]

Strawberry Fields

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Strawberry Fields Strawberry Fields is a living memorial to the world-famous singer, songwriter and peace activist, John Lennon. During his career with the Beatles and in his solo work, Lennon’s music gave hope and inspiration for world peace and his memory and mission lives on in Strawberry Fields. This tranquil section of Central Park was […]

Central Park

Central Park

Central Park On July 21, 1853, the New York State Legislature enacted into law the setting aside of more than 750 acres of land central to Manhattan Island to create America’s first major landscaped public park; they would soon refer to it as “the Central Park.” Advocates of creating the park–primarily wealthy merchants and landowners–admired […]

The Dakota Building

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The Dakota Building The city’s most legendary apartment building, the Dakota built in 1884, towered over the Upper West Side and was an immediate success with all its apartments rented on opening day. Designed by Henry J. Hardenbergh, who would later design the Plaza Hotel, the building had tennis courts and a croquet field on […]

Lincoln Center

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Lincoln Center Lincoln Center, the World’s leading performing arts center is located in the heart of New York City on a 16-acre campus, it houses 11 prestigious cultural organizations including the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Juilliard School, Lincoln Center Theater, the Metropolitan […]

5th Avenue

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Fifth Ave Fifth Avenue spreads along 5 miles of the most valuable real-estate in Manhattan: 102 streets (8th street to 110th street.) It’s a magnet for the rich & famous, who come from all around the globe to live, work, and play here. For over 150 years, Fifth Avenue has hosted many studios and laboratories […]

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