Places tagged Institution

Place Name Neighborhood Borough
Roosevelt House Upper East Side Manhattan Former home of President Roosevelt & family, now Hunter College's Public Policy Institute
Rose Hill Gymnasium Fordham Bronx Fordham University's storied gym
Russell Sage Foundation Building (former) Gramercy Manhattan Home to the Russell Sage Foundation for city planning, now apartments
Saint Mark's Lutheran Evangelical Church (site of) East Village Manhattan Church whose congregants perished in one of New York's great tragedies
Samuel R. Smith Infirmary New Brighton Staten Island Fanciful and endangered former infirmary building on Staten Island
Sea View Home & Hospital and NYC Farm Colony Todt Hill Staten Island Beautiful but deteriorating former tuberculosis treatment facility
Seamen's Y Chelsea Manhattan Sanctuary for seamen
Second Presbyterian Church (The Old Scotch Church) Upper West Side Manhattan Church attended by Scottish parishioners
Shrine Church of Saint Anthony of Padua Greenwich Village Manhattan Longstanding Village institution
Siloam Presbyterian Church Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Church thought to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad
Skylight Gallery Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Gallery featuring work by artists from Africa and the Diaspora
Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden Livingston Staten Island Cultural center located in former seamen's retirement complex
Socialist Party Headquarters, Brooklyn (former) Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Where young Socialists met and organized
South Asian Youth Action Elmhurst Queens Development organization for South Asian youth
South Brooklyn Health Center (former), now Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center Red Hook Brooklyn Center of community life that has endured several transformations
St. Angela Merici Concourse Bronx Catholic school and parish church
St. Anthony Hospital (site of) Woodhaven Queens A former tuberculosis hospital and farm
St. Augustine's Church Lower East Side Manhattan Landmarked church that is restoring artifacts of racial segregation for study and education
St. Brigid's Church East Village Manhattan Historic church on Tompkins Square Park
St. Cecilia's Parish East Harlem Manhattan The second Catholic church in East Harlem
St. Edward the Martyr Episcopal Church East Harlem Manhattan Church whose style recalls its originally rural setting
St. Francis de Sales RC Church East Harlem Manhattan Historically Irish church
St. Joseph Hospitality House East Village Manhattan Where Dorothy Day co-founded the Catholic Worker newspaper
St. Patrick's Cathedral Midtown Manhattan Neo-Gothic Catholic Cathedral in the heart of midtown
St. Patrick's Old Cathedral brick walls Little Italy Manhattan Historic brick walls where people congregate
St. Peter Claver RC Church Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn The first African American Catholic Church in the Brooklyn diocese
St. Saviour's Church (site of) Maspeth Queens Historic wooden church and complex
St. Stanislaus Church East Village Manhattan Polish congregants have worshiped here for over 100 years
St. Vincent de Paul Church Chelsea Manhattan Church with a 150 year legacy of interracial and inter-ethnic respect and understanding
Stanton Street Shul Lower East Side Manhattan Rare tenement shul on the Lower East Side
Staten Island Museum St. George Staten Island NYC's only general interest museum
Steam Room at the Vanderbilt YMCA Turtle Bay Manhattan Relaxation space at the Y
Synagogue Tifereth Israel Corona Queens Russian synagogue
Tammany Hall Union Square Manhattan Site famous for its political and labor union history
Temple Beth Emeth v'Ohr Progressive Shaari Zedek Flatbush Brooklyn The last remaining Reform Jewish congregation in Flatbush
The Dominico-American Society of Queens North Corona Queens A cultural organization for Dominican-Americans
The East (site of) Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Cultural center that promoted Black Nationalism and pan-Africanism
The Point Community Development Corporation Hunts Point Bronx A cultural center in the South Bronx
The United Order of Tents Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Women's social club started by former slaves and abolitionists
Theater for the New City East Village Manhattan Pulitzer prize-winning community cultural institution
Union Settlement Association East Harlem Manhattan Neighborhood resource for over a century
United Bronx Parents Longwood Bronx Social service provider and advocate since 1965
Van Alen Books Flatiron Manhattan Van Alen Books is a bookstore dedicated to the sale of architecture and design books. It is also used as a public reading room and event space.
Venus Mural Chelsea Manhattan Public art that has graced prison facade since 1970
Voorlezer's House Richmond Town Staten Island A 17th century building in historic Richmond Town and the oldest elementary school building in the U.S.
War Resisters League Building NoHo Manhattan A center for pacifist activism
Washington Square United Methodist Church (former) Greenwich Village Manhattan A church known for its 1960's political activism, whose congregation is now part of The Church of the Village
Waterfront Museum Red Hook Brooklyn Historic vessel hosts a lively maritime museum and advocates for waterfront access
Wave Hill Public Garden and Cultural Center Riverdale Bronx Offers cultural and educational programs about humans and the environment and a large horticultural garden
Weeksville Heritage Center Weeksville Brooklyn Houses belonging to 19th century free-black community