Our office is conveniently situated on Broadway in Lower Manhattan (Financial District).
For exact directions, please call our office and make an appointment: 212-480-2777
New York, NY 10004
Getting to Our Office
We are located on the 15th floor of a beautiful 21-story building that invites you in with its elegant lobby.
You can take most subway lines to the new Fulton Street Center and walk to our practice (a few blocks away)
Those driving to our office from the east side should take FDR Drive south as it makes its way through the Battery Park Underpass and the southern tip of Manhattan while turning into the West Side Highway. Take a right onto Rector Street. A few blocks later, take another right onto Broadway. Our building will be on your left.
If you are coming from the west side, head south on the West Side Highway before following the signs to Battery Park. Make a U-turn back onto the West Side Highway so that you are now heading north before taking a quick right onto Rector Street. You will then turn right onto Broadway, where you will see our building on the left.
Patients coming from the Battery Tunnel should take the Trinity Place exit and follow that street for about a block before taking rights onto Rector Street and Broadway. Our office is situated on the left side about a block down Broadway.
Several parking garages within the Financial District are located within an easy walk of our building.
You can take a variety of trains to reach 42 Broadway.
The 1 and R trains arrive at separate but adjacent Rector Street stations. After stepping off the train and exiting the station, head east one block, and you will hit Broadway.
Those riding J or Z trains can get off at the end of the line, Broad Street, and walk west a couple blocks to Broadway, take a left, and our building will be down the street on the left.
Separate Wall Street Stations also bring a lot of our patients into the area. Those on 2 and 3 trains arriving at the Wall Street Station they serve should walk west on Wall Street for a few blocks and then take a left on Broadway to get to our office. Meanwhile, the Wall Street Station served by 4 and 5 trains is even closer as all you will have to do is walk south on Broadway to get to us.
Regardless of which of these trains you take to get to us, most people will be able to walk from the station to our building in about five minutes or less since we are conveniently located near the new Fulton Center.
Transportation Into New York City
Those coming from out of town have several transportation options available as far as getting into New York City goes.
Most air travelers will arrive at John F. Kennedy International Airport or LaGuardia Airport, both of which are located within the city limits, or Newark Liberty International Airport, which is situated in nearby Newark, N.J.
Those catching a train into the city will usually be utilizing services offered by Amtrak, Long Island Rail Road, Metro-North Railroad, NJ Transit or PATH. Penn Station, which is the busiest transportation facility in the United States, is about a 25-minute subway ride from our office.
Several companies offer bus service into New York City. Greyhound is the one that provides the most selection as it relates to long-distance trips. Most buses will let off their passengers at Port Authority Bus Terminal, which is located half a mile north of Penn Station.
New York City is home to hundreds of hotels, motels and other types of accommodations, so you will have plenty of choices when deciding where to stay prior to or after your appointment with us. In fact, nine hotels in the city offer more than 1,000 rooms, the largest being the New York Hilton Midtown, which is situated just south of Central Park, about a 30-minute subway ride from us.
Some of the more popular places to stay within walking distance of our office include the Residence Inn New York Downtown Manhattan/World Trade Center Area, Q&A Residential Hotel, Ritz-Carlton New York Battery Park, Gild Hall and Wall Street Inn. A number of our patients also take advantage of some of the other types of accommodations available close by such as American Dream Hostel, Chelsea International Hostel or Airbnb rentals.
Tens of thousands of eating establishments await you in New York City, so you will have no problem getting a bite to eat of just about any food type imaginable. But do make sure to follow any instructions provided to you in regards to when you should be eating before or after your appointment with us.
In regards to places to eat near us, a significant number are located to the southeast. Seafood aficionados can grab a quick bite at Luke’s Lobster, famous for their mouth watering lobster rolls. Tasty pizza with an amazing outdoor ambiance can be found on Stone Street at Adrienne’s Pizzabar. Steak lovers should head over to Harry’s Cafe and Bar, Bobby Van’s, Capital Grille or the famous Delmonico’s.
You might be surprised at the selection of natural beauty that is only a few minutes walk from our office; each of these places can serve a nice place to head to before or after your appointment.
Of course, the most famous one is Battery Park. This 25-acre recreation area provides you with a beautiful view of New York Harbor as well as famous landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty. In fact, you can even take a ferry straight from Battery Park to that attraction as well as Ellis Island. If you are in an energetic mood, you can head from Battery Park onto the Hudson River Greenway, which runs from there to the Bronx.
Some of the other popular green spaces located nearby include Bowling Green, East River Waterfront Esplanade, South Cove Park, Louise Nevelson Plaza and Hanover State Park.