Places that Matter

Place Explorer: Manhattan

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
Mariachi Academy of New York East Harlem Manhattan School dedicated to teaching a Mexican musical tradition
Mariners' Temple Baptist Church Lower East Side Manhattan Influential Baptist congregation
Marjorie Eliot's Parlor Jazz Washington Heights Manhattan Regular Sunday parlor jazz concert series
Mark Rothko's Studio (former) Upper East Side Manhattan The painter's last studio
Martha Graham Studio on E. 63rd (site of) Upper East Side Manhattan Where modern dancers learned from an icon
Martinez Cigar Shop Midtown South Manhattan Makes and sells hand-rolled cigars
Martinka Magic Store (former site of) Garment District Manhattan Magic shop once owned by Houdini
Marty's Cool Stuff NoHo Manhattan Where once man's junk is another man's treasure
Marx Brothers Place Carnegie Hill Manhattan Childhood home of the Marx Brothers and its special streetscape
Mary Help of Christians Church East Village Manhattan East Village church established by the Salesian order
Masonic Hall Midtown South Manhattan Grand Lodge of the New York Masons
McBurney YMCA Chelsea Manhattan A jewel in the city's YMCA system
McGuirk's "Suicide Hall" (site of) East Village Manhattan Notorious dive bar known for the suicides that took place there
McSorley's Old Ale House East Village Manhattan Established in 1854, an icon of old New York
Metro North Community East Harlem Manhattan Tenement neighborhood rebuilt with new affordable housing
Metropolitan Museum of Art Upper East Side Manhattan Major NYC cultural institution
Metropolitan Opera House (site of) Garment District Manhattan One-time home to opera, from 1883 to 1967
Milano's Bar SoHo Manhattan Last of the old Bowery bars
Miller Elevated Highway (site of) Manhattan The West Side's highway from 1930s-1970s
Millinery Center Synagogue Garment District Manhattan Synagogue serving workers from the millinery industry
Minetta Tavern Greenwich Village Manhattan Italian restaurant in the Village since 1937
Minton's Playhouse Central Harlem Manhattan After-hours hangout for jazz musicians and the birthplace of bebop
Minton's Playhouse Stickball Field Central Harlem Manhattan Where jazz musicians held stickball games
Mohandas K. Gandhi Statue Union Square Manhattan Monument located in the southwest corner of Union Square Park
Monument to Minetta Creek (former) Greenwich Village Manhattan A revealing look at New York's subterranean streams
Moondog's Corner Midtown Manhattan Where this NYC street artist plied his trade
Morgan Library and Museum Murray Hill Manhattan Museum and scholarly research library, offering special exhibits and concerts
Mosaic Benches at Grant's Tomb Morningside Heights Manhattan Colorful community art project
Mott Street, between Grand & Hester Streets Chinatown Manhattan The second heart of Chinatown
Mt. Morris Turkish Baths (former) East Harlem Manhattan Popular bathhouse and one of the last in NYC, founded in 1898
Mt. Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden Lenox Hill Manhattan Last remaining example of a "day hotel," now a museum
Museum of Chinese in America Chinatown Manhattan Pioneering museum with strong community base
Museum of Jewish Heritage Battery Park City Manhattan A living memorial to the Holocaust
Music and Art High School (former) Hamilton Heights Manhattan Specialized arts high school, now merged with the High School of Performing Arts as Laguardia High School
National Biscuit Company Factory (former, now Chelsea Market) Chelsea Manhattan A former factory, now reused as Chelsea Market
National Black Theatre East Harlem Manhattan Nonprofit with a mission to serve African American performers and audiences
National Union of Health and Human Services Times Square Manhattan The headquarters of hospital employee labor struggles
Naumburg Band Shell, Central Park Central Park Manhattan Intimate performance space in Central Park
New Market Building Lower Manhattan Manhattan WPA-era Fulton Fish Market building
New York City Garden District East Village Manhattan A constellation of community gardens, many threatened by development
New York Marble Cemetery East Village Manhattan New York's first burial place unaffiliated with a house of worship
New York Public Library, Schwarzman Building Midtown Manhattan Reference library with a world-renowned collection and now a Children's Center
New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture Greenwich Village Manhattan
New Yorker Hotel Midtown Manhattan Art deco hotel in Midtown
Nicholas Roerich Museum Upper West Side Manhattan Displays and promotes artist's work and philosophy
Nom Wah Tea Parlor Chinatown Manhattan New York City's oldest dim sum restaurant
Nontraditional Employment for Women Chelsea Manhattan Women's workforce development center
Nur Ashki Jerrahi Community Tribeca Manhattan An order of dervishes within the Halveti-Jerrahi Tariqat (Sufi Order)
Nuyorican Poets Cafe East Village Manhattan A popular forum for poetry slams
NY/NJ Mosaic Sign in the Holland Tunnel Manhattan A sign marking the New York-New Jersey border