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Take the A,B, C Trains to 110 Cathedral Parkway Subway Stop.
• 220 South St @ Catherine Slip
Manhattan Mini Storage in Chelsea
• 510 W 21st St @ 11th Ave
• 520 West 17th Street
• 524 West 23rd Street
• 541 W 29th St @ 11th Ave
Manhattan Mini Storage in Inwood
• 5030 Broadway @ W 213th St
Manhattan Mini Storage in Midtown
• 520 Eighth Ave, 19th Fl @ 36th St
• 543 West 43rd Street
• 645 W 44th St @ West Side Hwy
Manhattan Mini Storage in Soho
• 161 Varick St @ Vandam St
• 260 Spring St @ Varick St
Manhattan Mini Storage in the East Village
• 28 Second Ave @ E Second St.
Manhattan Mini Storage on the Upper East Side
• 401 E 110th St @ First Ave
• 420 E 62nd St @ First Ave
Manhattan Mini Storage on the Upper West Side
• 570-571 Riverside Drive
• 108-110 W 107th St @ Columbus Ave
• 600 West 58th Street
Looking for the best music venue in the city? This great hall, along with its friendly competitor Carnegie Hall, is among the most valued and prestigious halls in the country to play in and visit.
Located next to the American Museum of Natural History, this planetarium is light-years ahead of its time. Their planetary display ultimately led to the scientific community's decision to exclude Pluto as a planet.
If you like biology, fossils, or anything science-related, then this is the museum for you. The museum has also featured prominently in pop culture, as Holden Caulfield's favorite place in The Catcher in the Rye, where Ross from Friends used to work and the stomping grounds for Ben Stiller in Night in the Museum.
Considered by many to be the center for analyzing "liberal Christianity" in the United States, this seminary, which is associated with Columbia University.
This music conservatory offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels in the areas of classical and jazz performance and composition. Their school motto is fitting considering their famous alumni: "Those who excel, thus reach the stars."
Over 100 years old, this fresh restaurant offers catering and takeout and is still a New York classic. What's their claim to fame? Their sturgeon.
An upscale market with an extensive Kosher section, this store is a must-see if you're looking for smoked lox and bagels for a Sunday, or just the perfect cookware or kitchen gadget for your home.
Considered THE gourmet market of New York, this market is frequented by those who are looking for the premiere selection of some of the finest fresh seafood, prime meats and cheeses on the market.
As the popular children's riddle goes: "Who is buried in Grant's Tomb?" Check out this commonly overlooked stone monument to the former Civil War General and President, set along the Hudson River.
Although St. Patrick's Cathedral gets all the fame, the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine is the largest church in the city (fourth largest Christian Church in the world) and is approximately.
Most famous for its Gothic architecture and the fact that it includes the world's largest tuned carillon bell, this interdenominational church reached NYC landmark status in 2000.
The only Ivy League college within city limits, this university offers one of the most picturesque campuses around. Take a leisurely walk around the commons to reminiscence about the days of yore.
The largest park in the city, this park (which has as yearly budget of roughly $25 million), was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1963 and has become the among the most lush and beautiful parks in the area.