Places that Matter

Census of Places that Matter

Place Name Neighborhood Borough
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
South Oxford Tennis Club (site of) Fort Greene Brooklyn Now a park, the club once offered clay courts and a clubhouse
South Street Seaport Financial District Manhattan Once port and fish market, now historic district, museum, and tourism center
Southpaw (former) Park Slope Brooklyn Beloved Park Slope record store
Spalding Building (former) Prospect Heights Brooklyn Old factory where "spaldeens" were made, converted to condos
Spanish Camp (site of) Annadale Staten Island Activist Dorothy Day's residence during the last decade of her life
Spanish South Brooklyn Seventh Day Adventist Church Park Slope Brooklyn Spanish-language church in Park Slope
Spirit of East Harlem Mural East Harlem Manhattan Four-story mural painted by and about El Barrio residents
Split Rock Pelham Bay Bronx Giant boulder and century old Pelham landmark
St. Agnes Apartments Harlem Manhattan Home to African American man of the theater and unionist, Frederick O'Neal
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. Mark's Bookshop East Village Manhattan Independent shop with deep local roots
St. Mark's Comics East Village Manhattan A major source for comic books in New York City
St. Marks Place Lower East Side Manhattan Lower East Side street rich in popular culture
St. Nick's Pub Harlem Manhattan Live jazz seven nights a week for more than fifty years
St. Pat's for All Parade route Sunnyside Queens Inclusive St. Patrick's Day parade in Queens
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
Stained glass window Chelsea Manhattan A physical fragment from an old saloon
Stanton Street Shul Lower East Side Manhattan Rare tenement shul on the Lower East Side
Staten Island Ferry Staten Island A shuttle between lower Manhattan and Staten Island
Staten Island Museum St. George Staten Island NYC's only general interest museum
Staten Island September 11 Memorial St. George Staten Island In memory of Staten Islanders lost in the 2001 terror attacks
Station Square Forest Hills Queens Long Island Railroad station and landscaped surroundings
Steam Room at the Vanderbilt YMCA Turtle Bay Manhattan Relaxation space at the Y
Steinway Hall Midtown Manhattan The showroom for the Steinway & Sons Piano Company
Steinway Piano Factory Astoria Queens The factory where Steinway & Sons Pianos are made
Steinway Street's Middle Eastern blocks Astoria Queens Cluster of Middle Eastern markets, cafes, and more
Steps on 215th street Inwood Manhattan One of New York's 94 "step streets"
Steve Brodie's saloon (site of) Lower East Side Manhattan Saloon whose owner claimed to have jumped off the Brooklyn Bridge
Stonewall Inn Greenwich Village Manhattan A landmark in the gay rights movement
Streit's Matzos Lower East Side Manhattan Oldest family-run matzo manufacturing company in the United States
Strivers' Row Harlem Manhattan Townhouses that attracted the elite of Harlem society
Studebaker Building Manhattanville Manhattan A reminder of Manhattan's industrial past
Studio 54 (former), now Roundabout Theater Company Midtown Manhattan Nightclub renowned for hard partying
Stuyvesant Heights Historic District Stuyvesant Heights Brooklyn Neighborhood renowned for its 19th century brownstones
Stuyvesant Square Gramercy Manhattan Public square created from the old Stuyvesant farm
Sugar City Bakery Olinville Bronx Kittitian bakery