Places that Matter

Place Explorer: Manhattan

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
Conservatory Garden, Central Park Central Park Manhattan A formally landscaped garden in the upper reaches of Central Park
Continental Shoe Repair Financial District Manhattan Decades-old shoe repair that bounded back after 9/11
Convent Avenue between 140th & 150th Streets Hamilton Heights Manhattan Street with architectural, historic and cultural significance
Coogan Building (site of) Midtown South Manhattan An architectural marvel that originally housed the Racquet Court Club
Cooper Station, US Post Office East Village Manhattan Graciously designed WPA-era post office
Corbin Building Financial District Manhattan Renaissance Revival 19th century office building
Cornelia Street Café Greenwich Village Manhattan Legendary eatery and performance venue
Crack is Wack Playground East Harlem Manhattan Park decorated with the work of Keith Haring
Declaration of Independence Reading Site Civic Center Manhattan Where George Washington stood as the Declaration was read to the American Army
Dergah al-Farah Tribeca Manhattan Sufi dergah (community center) founded in 1985
Dias y Flores Community Garden East Village Manhattan East Village community garden in operation since 1978
DiPalo's Fine Foods Little Italy Manhattan Little Italy market offering fine foods and olive oil tastings
District Council 65 (former) NoHo Manhattan Long-time headquarters of a union with an activist history
Dixon Place Lower East Side Manhattan Performance space for original and experimental works
Dominican Academy Upper East Side Manhattan Girls' school run by the Dominican Sisters of Peace for over 100 years
Dorothy Height's Residence (464 West 152nd Street) Hamilton Heights Manhattan Civil Rights activist Dorothy Height's long-time residence
Dubrow's Cafeteria (site of) Garment District Manhattan Restaurant and impromptu employment service
Dyckman House Inwood Manhattan The oldest remaining farmhouse in Manhattan
Ear Inn (in the James Brown House) Tribeca Manhattan A popular bar since the late-1800's in an 1817 building
East River Park Lower East Side Manhattan Lower East Side park conceived by Robert Moses in the 1930s
East River Reflections Labyrinth Lower East Side Manhattan Large labyrinth painted on asphalt
Eastern District/Good Samaritan Dispensary Lower East Side Manhattan One of the city's oldest municipal health care centers for the poor
Economy Candy Lower East Side Manhattan Old fashioned candy shop offering local and world-wide favorites
Educational Alliance Lower East Side Manhattan Century-old Lower East Side community center
Edward Hopper Residence Greenwich Village Manhattan The artist's home for over 50 years
El Museo del Barrio East Harlem Manhattan Art museum focusing on Caribbean and Latin American art and artists
Eldridge Street Synagogue Chinatown Manhattan First great synagogue constructed by Eastern European Jews in U.S.
Elk Candy Company (site of) Upper East Side Manhattan Beloved neighborhood candy shop, now online only
Elks Lodge #127 (former site of) Central Harlem Manhattan Where the Brotherhood of the Sleeping Car Porters, a black union, was founded in 1925
Elmendorf Reformed Church East Harlem Manhattan Historic church and African burial ground
Emma Lazarus Residence Greenwich Village Manhattan Former home of author and activist
Essex Street Market Lower East Side Manhattan WPA-era indoor market
Estonian House Murray Hill Manhattan Estonian cultural center, offering a restaurant and Estonian language classes
Explorers Club Upper East Side Manhattan Professional society devoted to adventure, exploration and field science
Fanny Fern Residence Gramercy Manhattan Former home of Sara Willis Parton, feminist writer and the first female with a regular newspaper column
Fedora's Greenwich Village Manhattan Restaurant that retains its 1950s aura and welcomes Gay community
Ferrara Bakery and Cafe Little Italy Manhattan Heaven in the Heart of Little Italy
Fillmore East East Village Manhattan Major rock 'n' roll venue from 1968 to1972
Finnish Progressive Society Hall (now Pilgrim Cathedral of Harlem) Central Harlem Manhattan Site of an important Communist party event
Fireman's Memorial Upper West Side Manhattan Neighborhood meeting place
First Church of Christ, Scientist (former) Upper West Side Manhattan Former church building designed by Carrere and Hastings in the Neo-Georgian style
First Presidential Mansion Civic Center Manhattan President George Washington's first NYC home (site of)
First Sharon Baptist Church (formerly First United Presbyterian Church) East Harlem Manhattan Congregation formerly led by a Socialist leader and five-time presidential candidate
First Spanish United Methodist Church East Harlem Manhattan The center of a political movement, known as "the people's church"
Flatiron Building Flatiron Manhattan Famous three-sided skyscraper
Florent Restaurant (former) West Village Manhattan Beloved neighborhood, French-owned establishment
Flower District Midtown South Manhattan A collection of wholesale flower vendors located on 28th Street
Fluxhouse Cooperative II SoHo Manhattan The first organized cooperative loft building for artists in SoHo
Forbidden Planet Greenwich Village Manhattan Famous seller of comic books and graphic novels
Fort Washington (site of) Washington Heights Manhattan Revolutionary War fortification where an important battle was fought in November, 1776