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Place Explorer: Manhattan

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Jefferson Market Courthouse and Garden, now a branch of the NYPL Greenwich Village Manhattan Former site of a Women's House of Detention and one of the most loved buildings in Greenwich Village
Jewish Daily Forward Building (former) Lower East Side Manhattan Headquarters of Jewish newspaper, built in 1912
Jim Power's Astor Place Mosaic Trail East Village Manhattan Permanent installation of the Mosaic Man's fanciful light poles
John Jay Pool Yorkville Manhattan WPA project pool opened in 1940 on the East River
Joseph Patelson Music House (former) Midtown Manhattan Classical sheet music store near Carnegie Hall that opened in 1939
Judson Memorial Church Greenwich Village Manhattan Church dedicated to social justice and community arts
Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center East Harlem Manhattan Studios and performing space for Latino artists
Julia Richman Education Complex Upper East Side Manhattan Restored school building now successfully housing six small schools
Julius' West Village Manhattan A neighborhood bar
K. Trimming Co. SoHo Manhattan Offers an extensive supply of buttons, pins, ribbons and fabric as "the world's trimming source"
Katz's Delicatessen Lower East Side Manhattan A classic delicatessen, open since 1888
Kaufmann Conference Center Murray Hill Manhattan Rare U.S. interior designed by Alvar Aalto
Kehila Kedosha Janina Synagogue Chinatown Manhattan Greek Jewish synagogue on the National Register of Historic Places
Kehilath Jeshurun Yorkville Manhattan Orthodox synagogue founded in 1872 and in its present building since 1902
Kleinfeld Bridal Chelsea Manhattan Historically significant wedding emporium featured on television
Knickerbocker Village Chinatown Manhattan Historically significant residential complex between the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges
Koenig Sphere ("The Sphere") Financial District Manhattan Remnant from the Work Trade Center
Korean Students Association in New York Midtown Manhattan Home Away from Home for Korean Students in New York
Kossar's Bialys Lower East Side Manhattan Oldest Bialy Bakery in the United States
Koster & Bial's "The Corner" (former) Flatiron Manhattan Site of theaters and burlesque halls closed by anti-vice police
La Guardia Corner Gardens Greenwich Village Manhattan Luxuriously-planted community garden on land owned by New York City
La Mama Experimental Theater Club East Village Manhattan A theater that seeks to develop, nurture, support, produce and present new and original performance work by artists of all nations and cultures
La Marqueta (formerly Park Avenue Market) East Harlem Manhattan Indoor market serving East Harlem
La Perla Garden Manhattan Valley Manhattan A dangerous lot rehabilitated into a vibrant community garden
La Plaza Cultural East Village Manhattan A vast community garden and performance space
LaGuardia Memorial House & Scan Corsi Senior Center East Harlem Manhattan Social service provider for over a century
Latin American Coffee Shop (former) Chelsea Manhattan Restaurant that served Latin American and classic American diner food
Lenox Lounge Central Harlem Manhattan Historic jazz club, home of the famous Zebra Room
Leonardo da Vinci Art School (former) East Village Manhattan Provided art education from 1924-1940
Liberation Books Central Harlem Manhattan Independent African American bookstore
Library Lions - New York Public Library Midtown Manhattan Iconic statues marking the entrance to the public library
Lion's Rock/Jones Woods (site of) Yorkville Manhattan 19th century meeting place
Little Gallery of the Photo-Secession aka 291 (site of) Midtown South Manhattan Meeting place and gallery of avant garde photographers
Little Spain and La Nacional Social Club & Restaurant Greenwich Village Manhattan Spanish-speaking New Yorkers have long gathered here
Liz Christy Bowery-Houston Community Garden East Village Manhattan New York City's first community garden
Loew's 175th Theater, Washington Heights (former) Washington Heights Manhattan Once, the most elegant movie theater in the city
Longshoremen's Rest Chelsea Manhattan A seamen's sanctuary between shape-ups
Lower East Side Tenement Museum Lower East Side Manhattan House museum presenting immigration history
Lucky Corner East Harlem Manhattan Intersection where Fiorello LaGuardia and other politicians held rallies
MacDougal Alley Greenwich Village Manhattan A mews once occupied by artists and arts patrons
Macy's Midtown Manhattan Historic department store
Magic Table at the Hotel Edison Cafe Midtown Manhattan Gathering place for magicians for a half century
Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Center Washington Heights Manhattan Memorial and educational center at the former Audubon Ballroom
Manhattan Center Midtown South Manhattan A more than century-old performance space, housing the Hammerstein Ballroom and the Grand
Manhattan Metal Lathers and Reinforcing Ironworkers Union Building Upper East Side Manhattan Union hall notable for its Art Moderne style
Manhattan Plaza Clinton Manhattan Subsidized apartments for people in theater professions
Manhattan Village Academy Chelsea Manhattan School designed by architect Beverly Willis
Manhattanville Valley Manhattanville Manhattan Site that has witnessed many historic events
Marcantonio & LaGuardia Headquarters (former) East Harlem Manhattan A center of progressive politics in the early- to mid-1900s
Marcel Duchamp's Studio (former) Chelsea Manhattan Dada artist's Chelsea studio where he created Étant donnés