Places that Matter

Place Explorer: Manhattan

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
Fountain Pen Hospital Tribeca Manhattan Caring for our writing implements since 1946
Franklin Plaza Cooperatives and Gardens East Harlem Manhattan Housing projects transformed by local residents
Friends Fifteenth Street Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends Gramercy Manhattan Quaker Meeting House in Manhattan
Gansevoort Market West Village Manhattan Heart of the Meat Packing District
Garden at 111 E. 85th St. Yorkville Manhattan Lush urban garden with fishpond
Garden Cafeteria (former, now Wing Shoon Restaurant) Lower East Side Manhattan A storied Lower East Side gathering place
Garment Center Capitol Buildings Garment District Manhattan Loft buildings where the "new Garment District" was born
Garment District Garment District Manhattan The center of New York's garment design, manufacturing and sale
General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen Midtown Manhattan Charitable organization founded in 1785 by skilled craftsmen that offers cultural, educational, and social services to members and their families
General Theological Seminary Chelsea Manhattan An Episcopal educational institution
Glaser's Bake Shop Upper East Side Manhattan Family-owned neighborhood bakery
Golden Jade Jewelry Chinatown Manhattan Long-standing Chinatown jewelry store
Golden Swan Garden West Village Manhattan Urban oasis on the former site of a beloved dive bar
Governors Island Governors Island Manhattan Former military base now transformed into a public park
Great Hall at Cooper Union East Village Manhattan Prominent lecture hall
Greenacre Park Midtown Manhattan "Vest-pocket park" in Midtown Manhattan
Greene Street Cobblestones Greenwich Village Manhattan Street paving from the 19th century
Guss' Pickles Lower East Side Manhattan Offers pickles made from scratch and sold in barrels
Hall of Human Origins at the Natural History Museum Upper West Side Manhattan Traces both human and museum evolution
Hans Christian Andersen Statue Central Park Manhattan Central Park statue for the Danish author
Harbor Conservatory for the Performing Arts East Harlem Manhattan Preserves and promotes New York's Latin music heritage with music lessons, dance classes and acting classes
Harlem Courthouse East Harlem Manhattan A stunning 19th century building, now home to the Harlem Community Justice Center
Harlem Hospital Center Central Harlem Manhattan A leader in healthcare education for African Americans
Harlem Meer East Harlem Manhattan Lake in the northeastern tip of Central Park
Harlem Record Shack (former) Harlem Manhattan Longtime Harlem record store
Harlem River Houses Sculptures Central Harlem Manhattan WPA sculptures in a landmark public housing development
Hayden Planetarium Upper West Side Manhattan Redesigned home of one of the United States' earliest planetaria
Henry Street Settlement Headquarters Lower East Side Manhattan Historic headquarters of a progressive Lower East Side community services center
High Line (formerly High Line Elevated Railroad) Chelsea Manhattan Manhattan's first and only elevated all-freight rail service, now an innovative park
Highbridge Park, Pool & Water Tower Washington Heights Manhattan Waterfront park in northern Manhattan
Historic Tin Pan Alley Midtown South Manhattan Home to the American popular music industry around 1900
Holcombe Rucker Park Harlem Manhattan Harlem park named for community activist and basketball league founder
Holographic Studios Gramercy Manhattan World's oldest holography gallery
Hope Tree East Harlem Manhattan Tree decorated with commemorative items
Horn & Hardart Automats Midtown Manhattan Restaurants that pioneered waiterless service
Hostelling International New York Manhattan Valley Manhattan New York City's first official youth hostel, and former Association Residence for Respectable Aged Indigent Females
Hua Mei Bird Garden Lower East Side Manhattan Community garden in Sara Delano Roosevelt Park that houses beautiful songbirds
Hudson North American Manhattanville Manhattan Woman-owned storage and moving company, housed in historic Sheffield Farms horse stable
Hudson Tunnels West Village Manhattan Century old tunnel connecting NY and NJ
Iglesia Luterana Sion East Harlem Manhattan Lutheran church used by German-American and Hispanic communities (formerly St. Johannes Kirche Lutheran Church)
ILGWU Local 10 (former) Garment District Manhattan Headquarters of the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union
Indian Caves at Inwood Hill Park Inwood Manhattan Rock formation used by American Indians
International Grocery Hell's Kitchen Manhattan Global imported foods storefront in operation since the 1970s
International Longshoremen Assoc. Union Hall, Local 791 (former) Chelsea Manhattan Headquarters of seamen's labor union, later home of the Sanford Meisner Theater
Intersection of West & Christopher Streets West Village Manhattan New Yorkers cheered rescue workers here after September 11th
Inwood Inwood Manhattan Manhattan's northernmost neighborhood
Inwood Hill Park Inwood Manhattan Large and beautiful park along the Hudson offering NYC's last natural forest and the Urban Ecology Center
James Beard House Greenwich Village Manhattan Chef James Beard lived and worked here, and it now houses the James Beard Foundation
Jarmulowsky Bank Building Lower East Side Manhattan A major Lower East Side bank from 1912-1917
Jean Cocteau Repertory Theater (former) East Village Manhattan Off-Broadway company that performed classic works of drama