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New York City

Stylish. Central. Chic.

Lex Boutique Hotel is located NoMad (North of Madison Square Park), a historic Manhattan neighborhood bounded by Chelsea, Murray Hill, Midtown South and the Flatiron District. Just steps from Baruch College and all major transportation lines, the hotel’s convenient location makes it a favorite of aspiring students, thrift-minded vacationers, and business travelers seeking a Manhattan hotel without sky-high room rates.

Chinese New Year Parade


NYC's festival includes dragon dancing, stunning outfits, martial art performers and more to celebrate. After the bang of firecrackers, check out other fun things to do in the area such as the best karaoke in Chinatown or delicious Chinese restaurants.

chinese dragon at festival
a table with a salad and wine

STK Downtown

26 Little W. 12th St (Between Washington St & 9th Ave)

"Life can only be understood backwards; but must be lived forwards." - Soren Kierke

The restaurant brings high-energy dining to Manhattan, breaking down the barriers of a normal steakhouse by losing the overly masculine vibe that has long been the trademark of the genre.

Valentine's Day in New York

Restaurants have special offers, special menus and the whole city is decorated in hearts. There's a lot of love to see in NYC!

a couple making a heart with their hands
a woman blowing confetti towards a camera

Mardi Gras/Jazz Festival

Winter jazziest includes 150 artist playing at Le Poisson Rouge and other venues in and around the Greenwich Village area two night Marathon conclude the festivities. NYC's Mardi Gras is a typically rambunctious affair, featuring jazz performances at some of the best jazz clubs in the city, plus more funky shows.

A Fragment of History

20 Madison Ave, New York, NY

'When is a secret place in NYC not from New York at all? When it's a large hunk of the wall that used to separate East and West Berlin. Around the corner from the Museum of Modern Art is a five-panel segment of the Wall located inside of the lobby of 520 Madison Avenue. While you can find fragments of the wall all over the world, this is one of the largest sections still intact.

a wall of graffiti
a theatre

Apollo Theatre

“Where Stars are Born and Legends are Made," The Apollo Theater, located in Harlem, is one of New York's most historic and excellent theaters.

Baruch College

CUNY’s Baruch College comprises three academic schools: the Zicklin School of Business, the Weissman School of Arts & Science, and the School of Public Affairs

exterior of baruch college
pie of pizza and a glass of red wine

Eataly NYC Flatiron

This 44,000-square-foot marketplace celebrates all things Italian, with restaurants, cafes, wine and food shops selling and serving a cornucopia of culinary goodness.

World Trade Center

A triumph of human imagination, the original World Trade Center was a large complex of seven buildings in Lower Manhattan, including the iconic Twin Towers.

world trade center
times square at night

Times Square

This popular commercial intersection and bustling city square is a major tourist destination and entertainment center featuring theaters, restaurants, and shops.

Flatiron Building

Built in 1902, this groundbreaking and iconic skyscraper is a triangular 22-story steel-framed landmark, located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Broadway.

flatiron building
high line

The High Line

Take a stroll through this 1.45-mile-long elevated city park, built atop an abandoned railway that winds through Manhattan, 30 feet above the city streets.

Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT)

The Fashion Institute of Technology, or FIT, is an internationally recognized college for art, design, communication and technology connected to the fashion industry.

legs of models walking down a runway at a fashion show
chelsea market lanterns

Chelsea Market

Set in a historic factory, Chelsea Market is an urban food court and shopping mall that houses some of the New York City’s finest restaurants and epicurean shops.

Gramercy Park

This exclusive neighborhood and fenced-in private park is famous for it’s tree-lined streets, stunning brownstone homes, sidewalk cafes and celebrity residents.

gramercy park street
union square park filled with people

Union Square

Union Square is an important and historic 9-acre area filled with street vendors, stores, restaurants, bars, galleries, and attractions in Manhattan's Flatiron District.

69th Regiment Armory

Home of the U.S. 69th Infantry Regiment (aka “The Fighting 69th), this Beaux-Arts style building, a National Historic Landmark, plays host to many high-profile events.

exterior of regiment armory
madison square park with a small pond

Madison Square Park

This charming seven-acre public park is an urban oasis in the Flatiron District, offering free cultural programs and highly acclaimed contemporary art exhibitions.