New York City, New York 10018
There’s a buzz in the air, change in the streets, and talent in the offices. Meet the New Midtown.
Central location is key for attracting the best of the best – centrality makes for an easy commute. But there’s more to Workville’s neighborhood than just the location! 39th and Broadway is in the middle of a fast-changing neighborhood. There’s a New Midtown, attracting top Silicon Alley companies and fantastic restaurants.
GUIDE TO WORKVILLE’S NEIGHBORHOOD
Plaza on Broadway
In front of the 1412 entrance there is a public space with seating. The city organizes seasonal food and holiday markets in this public plaza, a very convenient perk for us. Pedestrian friendly spaces in the neighborhood were part of Mayor Bloomberg’s Public Space initiative, which was the beginning of the neighborhood’s great changes.
Fast Casual and Foodies Delight
Famous lunch spots are opening every day on the block. Grab and go options include Pret, Hale & Hearty, Juice Press, Gregorys Coffee, Maison Keyser, and Witchcraft. When it’s all about the speciality spots, there are plenty to choose from: Dos Toros and Mexique, Sushirito, Two Forks, Luke’s Lobster, SweetGreen, just to name a few.
Nature in the city
Bryant Park is two blocks from Workville. The park is incredibly well-maintained, and located adjacent to the iconic New York Public Library. Enjoy the grassy area, café seating, lunch shops, and the Bryant Park Grill, all of which are open year-round. In nice weather, there are weekly evening activities including yoga on the green and movie night under the stars.
Culture On Broadway
A few steps away is the Theater District; famous for being home to the world’s best productions. It’s a nice perk to walk out the door and simply choose a show to attend. Fun Fact: Broadway shows are one of the most popular attractions in New York City, bringing in over $1 billion of ticket sales.
Where to Stay
Midtown has a selection of hotels for your guests, investors, clients, team, whomever. Workville’s partners own The Refinery Hotel, a very special boutique hotel converted from a former 19th-century hat factory. The lobby restaurant Parker & Quinn restaurant is perfect for important lunch meetings, while the roofdeck is voted “Best Roofdeck Bar” for its city views and chic decor.
Coming Soon…Hudson Yards
Hudson Yards is the largest private real estate development in the history of the United States and the largest development in New York City since Rockefeller Center. Opening soon in the neighborhood just southwest of Workville.
By MTA Subway: NQR, 123, or ACE to Times Squre.
BDFM to Bryant Park.
456 to Grand Central, and either the S train to Times Square or 5-minute walk (cut through Bryant Park!).
By Train: NJ Transit, LIRR, PATH train to Penn Station, and either the 123 or ACE to Times Square or 5 minute walk from Penn Station.
Metro North to Grand Central, and either the S train to Times Square or 5 minute walk (cut through Bryant Park!).
By Bus: Port Authority Bus Terminal is a 5 minute walk.
M34 M42 M55 and Q32 bus lines to Midtown.