Anthony Hom

157 West 80th Street 10024

New York, United States

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  • Hudson

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New YorkManhattanRiverside ParkCentral ParkHudson River157 West 80th

About him

Located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, 157 West 80th Street, New York 10024 is a historic building in one of the safest central neighborhoods of New York City. Just a couple of blocks from 157 West 80th Street, New York 10024 is the New York City Police Department's 20th Precinct station. Street parking in front of 157 West 80th Street, New York 10024 and in surrounding areas is readily available, taking 10 minutes or less to find. Public transportation is only a block away from 157 West 80th Street, New York 10024.

For connoisseurs of cuisine, 157 West 80th Street, New York 10024 is near a number of cafes and fine dining establishments, including Cafe Lalo and Calle Ocho. Those looking for a quick bite to eat, such as a burger, can stop by Boat Basin Cafe or Shake Shack, both of which are mere blocks from 157 West 80th Street, New York 10024. Resting conveniently between Riverside and Central Parks, 157 West 80th Street, New York 10024 is in an ideal location for those who prefer outdoor activities and accessible respite from the busy city bustle.

Art enthusiasts living at 157 West 80th Street, New York 10024 can travel across Central Park and find themselves on Museum Row, where the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Guggenheim, among other famed collections, line the street. Families need only take a few-block walk from 157 West 80th Street, New York 10024 to reach the Children's Museum of Manhattan. Science and history buffs residing at 157 West 80th Street, New York 10024 enjoy the neighboring American Museum of Natural History and the Hayden Planetarium.

With such close proximity to so many museums, restaurants, and parks, 157 West 80th Street, New York 10024 is in a perfect location to cater to residents' needs. 157 West 80th Street, New York 10024 also lies near entertainment venues such as the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, where Shakespeare in the Park conducts free productions throughout the summer season.