• 1

    The west side cultural district

    Performance centers and music halls hum. Ballet and modern dance studios thrive. Broadway and Off-Broadway playhouses abound. Cafés and markets for cuisine from across-the-globe flourish. Traditional, contemporary and performance art exhibits are always opening. Just steps away are the expansive grounds of Central Park and Hudson River Park and the bustle of Fifth Avenue. This dynamic neighborhood retains the spirit of old and new New York — its vitality, its diversity, its surprising proximity to everything.

     

    DOWNLOAD MAP PDF

  • 5

    Theaters

    Immerse Yourself in Culture

    The West Side Cultural District is the epicenter of New York’s incredibly vibrant theater scene. The bright lights of Broadway. The Lincoln Center Festival and its around-the-world offerings. The Intar and the other tiny adventurous black box theaters. Going to the theater is down the street. Literally.

     

    DOWNLOAD MAP PDF

  • 4

    Parks

    Play outside all year long

    Only minutes away, Central Park is more than 840 acres of rolling meadows and rocky ridges in the middle of Manhattan, providing an uninterrupted natural expanse. Just outside your doorstep, Hudson River Park is a five-mile long waterfront mecca for running, cycling, boating, and an array of outdoor activities.

     

    DOWNLOAD MAP PDF

  • 3

    Dining

    An International Marketplace at Your Doorstep

    Live in a neighborhood where you can sample cuisines from all over the world. Shop for exotic spices at the International Grocery, spanikopita at the Poseidon Greek bakery, crusty baguettes at Amy’s Bread, or fresh fruit at the Amish vegetable market. There is a smorgasbord of ethnic restaurants that line Ninth Avenue, pre-theater options on restaurant row or the gourmet epiphany in the Time Warner Center.

     

    DOWNLOAD MAP PDF

  • 2

    Dance

    Dance the Afternoon or Night Away

    See a world-class performance at The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater or the new Baryshnikov Arts Center. Take ballet or Samba or Hip Hop at Alvin Ailey. Sign your kids up for African dance classes. Plan a dance-themed birthday party. Go to Pascha or Bar 9.

     

    DOWNLOAD MAP PDF

  • 6

    Walk to work

    Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

    Live where a commute does not involve crowded subway cars. Instead, choose fresh air and a moment to yourself.

     

    DOWNLOAD MAP PDF

  • 7

    Museums

    Surround Yourself in a World of Art

    Take in cinema retrospectives at MoMA, contemporary music concerts at the American Folk Art Museum, a workshop at the Museum of Art & Design, or exhibit at the International Center of Photography. Explore the blue chip galleries down the street and more.

     

    DOWNLOAD MAP PDF

  • Neighborhood Map

    Map

    The Dillon is set within New York’s most dynamic neighborhood.

     

    DOWNLOAD MAP PDF