Madison Avenue

  • Seneca Village (historical), United States
  • USA, New York, District of Manhattan, Madison Avenue 
    Madison Avenue is famous, one of the most expensive in the neighborhood of Manhattan, New York Street in the United States. One-way street was built in 1836. Endpoint Avenue rests on the bridge that connects it to the Bronx.

    The street is named after James Madison - the fourth President of the United States.

    In the XIX-XX centuries in the street has offices famous American advertising agencies, in connection with what Madison Avenue unseparated associated with the advertising industry of the country.

    The famous Madison Avenue advertising not only production, but also the numerous skyscrapers, built in the early XX century, feshenebelnymі shops, restaurants and cafes.
    • attractions
      • Parks and Gardens

Sights nearby

Metropolitan Museum of Art
Central Park - 86th St Transverse
Museum Mile
Guggenheim Museum Carnegie Hill
Design Museum Cooper-Hewitt Carnegie Hill
Cafe "Boathouse In Central Park" Borough of Manhattan
The Jewish Museum Carnegie Hill
Frick Collection Borough of Manhattan
Asia Society New York Borough of Manhattan
American Museum of Natural History Harsenville (historical)
Restaurant "Ocean Grill" Harsenville (historical)
Central Park in New York City Borough of Manhattan
House Dakota Borough of Manhattan
Branch of the auction house "Sotheby's" Roosevelt Island
Central Park Zoo Borough of Manhattan
Retoran "Picholine" San Juan Hill
Restaurant "Boulud Sud" San Juan Hill
Glass cube Apple Store Midtown New York
José de San Martín Statue San Juan Hill
The restaurant "Le Cirque" Midtown New York
Shopping center Bergdorf Goodman Midtown New York
Restaurant "Arpeggio at Lincoln Center" Phipps Houses
Roosevelt Island Bridge Roosevelt Island
Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater Phipps Houses
Lincoln Center Phipps Houses

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