Finding Our Office
We are located at 200 W. 57th St, Suite 1410 at the corner of 7th Ave in midtown Manhattan (map). You can reach our office by subway, taxi, or private car service. See below for details on various services.
Our Manhattan office is conveniently located in close proximity to the Columbus Circle Station (1,2,3, A,C,E, or B,D trains), and to the 57th St Station (N,Q,R trains). The resources below will allow you to plan out traveling by public transportation during your visit to the city.
Taxies & Car Service
Hail a yellow cab from any street corner or use Uber on your smartphone to have them come directly to you. Uber provides private cars and are clean, safe, and convenient.
Private Car Service
John Nunez, Private Driver/SUV, (347) 220-5378 (please call in advance to reserve for up to 6 passengers)
Carmel Car Service, (212) 666-6666
New Family Car Service, (212) 748-7777
UCC Car and Limo Service, (212) 316-1119
Airports Near NYC
Most people who fly into Manhattan do not rent a car as parking in the city can be quite expensive. It is quite easy and affordable to use taxi service to and from the airport, and public transportation within the city.
LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
General Info: (718) 533-3400
Parking Info: (718) 533-3850
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
General Info: (718) 244-4444
Parking Info: (718) 244-4168
Newark International Airport (EWR)
General Info: (973) 961-6000
Parking Info: (888) 397-4636
Getting into NYC from Nearby Airports
It is quite is to use a Taxi service from both NY-based airports (LGA and JFK). Use official NYC Yellow Taxi service from either of those locations by finding the official taxi stand outside the terminal near baggage claim. See details here.
From JFK and EWR there are convenient and inexpensive train travel options from the airport into the city. Find out information regarding those here.
The following parking garages are located near our office.
235 W 56th St, New York, NY 10107
21 W 58th St, New York, NY 10019
W 56th Street Garage
211 W 56th St #1, New York, NY 10019
Use Google Maps to locate additional parking.
There are several moderately priced hotels located nearby, and even more options throughout Manhattan. Check the resources below to find lodging for your stay.
Check weather conditions for NYC here.
Must See in NYC
NYC is home to a number of famous U.S. landmarks, neighborhoods, and professional entertainment. These include:
- Central Park
- The Statue of Liberty
- Ellis Island
- St.Patrick’s Cathedral
- Empire State Building
- United Nations
- Rockefeller Center
- Times Square
- Bronx Zoo
- Greenwich Village
Museums & Other Attractions
830 5th Ave
Strap on your skates and set off for a beautiful day of skating in the heart of Central Park. At night, the rink turns into a disco as skaters move to the beat of the music. A perfect date whether on a family outing or a romantic night on the town.
Sony Wonder Technology Lab
56th Street and Madison Avenue
Discover a world of dreams at this venue, a favorite among visitors and locals alike. Explore the hands-on exhibits where you can create with communication technology and entertainment. A great attraction for children of all ages.
Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
With over 22,000 film, video and media works and 100,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs and design objects, MoMA is home to the largest collection of art created between 1880 and today. Visit the many exhibitions, then stop by the MoMA store to find unique gift ideas ranging from the classic to the cutting-edge.
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street
Discover the most famous paintings by some of the most renowned European artists, the finest collection of small bronzes, eighteenth-century furniture and porcelains, and many other works.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue and 82nd Street
Take a trip from ancient to modern times through more than two million pieces of art and artifacts from around the world. Explore the civilization of Asia with over 60,000 pieces ranging from the second millennium B.C. to early twentieth century. Demystify the language of the pharaohs at the Egyptian exhibit. Over 22 permanent exhibits and a number of special exhibits to explore.
The Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue
Admire the works of Chagall, Kandinsky, Picasso and Van Gogh in one of the most significant structures of modern architecture. The Guggenheim houses the finest collection of twentieth-century art. Walk along the grand ramp that wraps itself from the ground floor all the way up to the museum dome.
The High Line
If the weather is great, take an amazing outdoor walk above ground on the recently renovated Highline tracks on Manhattan’s west side. The High Line is located on Manhattan’s West Side. It runs from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District to West 34th Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues. It runs from Gansevoort Street to West 30th Street and is open daily 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. Admission is free.