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Place Explorer: Midtown

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
2 Columbus Circle Midtown Manhattan Controversial modernist building that once again houses an art musuem
234 West 56th Street Midtown Manhattan Early home of recorded music powerhouse Atlantic Records.
Art Students League of New York Midtown Manhattan Largest independent art school in the U.S., offering classes for budding and established artists
Birdland Midtown Manhattan One of the foremost venues for bebop in the 1950s
Brill Building Midtown Manhattan Landmark of American popular music
Carnegie Hall Midtown Manhattan One of the premier concert venues in the world
Ceiling of Grand Central Terminal's Main Concourse Midtown Manhattan Beautifully restored but astronomically incorrect zodiac tableau
Century Association Building Midtown Manhattan Organization promoting conversation between authors, artists, and amateurs of letters and the fine arts for over 100 years
City Center Midtown Manhattan A popular performing arts center
Clock at Grand Central Midtown Manhattan One of New York's classic meeting places
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
Greenacre Park Midtown Manhattan "Vest-pocket park" in Midtown Manhattan
Horn & Hardart Automats Midtown Manhattan Restaurants that pioneered waiterless service
Joseph Patelson Music House (former) Midtown Manhattan Classical sheet music store near Carnegie Hall that opened in 1939
Korean Students Association in New York Midtown Manhattan Home Away from Home for Korean Students in New York
Library Lions - New York Public Library Midtown Manhattan Iconic statues marking the entrance to the public library
Macy's Midtown Manhattan Historic department store
Magic Table at the Hotel Edison Cafe Midtown Manhattan Gathering place for magicians for a half century
Moondog's Corner Midtown Manhattan Where this NYC street artist plied his trade
New York Public Library, Schwarzman Building Midtown Manhattan Reference library with a world-renowned collection and now a Children's Center
New Yorker Hotel Midtown Manhattan Art deco hotel in Midtown
Oak Room, Algonquin Hotel Midtown Manhattan Historic cabaret supper club
Prime Burger (former) Midtown Manhattan Hamburger Heaven from 1938-2012
Roseland Ballroom Midtown Manhattan The last of the big ballrooms of New York
St. Patrick's Cathedral Midtown Manhattan Neo-Gothic Catholic Cathedral in the heart of midtown
Steinway Hall Midtown Manhattan The showroom for the Steinway & Sons Piano Company
Studio 54 (former), now Roundabout Theater Company Midtown Manhattan Nightclub renowned for hard partying
West 52nd Street (Swing Street) Midtown Manhattan Street where many jazz clubs were clustered