Neighborhood Guide

The Skylark is located right in the heart of New York City’s vibrant Times Square. Nestled amongst some of the city’s most iconic landmarks & icons, The Skylark is the perfect place to start or finish your night on the town.

Subway & Driving Instructions

The Skylark is conveniently located within walking distance from several major subway stops including Penn Station, Port Authority Bus Terminal, and Grand Central Station.

From the South, Pennsylvania Station located at 34th Street and 7th Avenue is accessible by the  Broadway-Seventh Avenue Local Broadway-Seventh Avenue Local 2 IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line  IND Eighth Avenue Line IND Eighth Avenue Line C IND Eighth Avenue Line E lines. To the East of Pennsylvania Station, the Herald Square Station at 34th Street and 6th Avenue is accessible by the IND Sixth Avenue Line B IND Sixth Avenue Line D IND Sixth Avenue Line F IND Sixth Avenue Line  BMT Broadway Line N BMT Broadway Line Q BMT Broadway Line R lines.

From the North, the Times Square Station located at 42nd Street and 8th Avenue is accessible by the IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line 1 IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line 2 IRT Broadway–Seventh Avenue Line 3 IRT Flushing Line 7 IND Eighth Avenue Line A IND Eighth Avenue Line C IND Eighth Avenue Line E BMT Broadway Line N BMT Broadway Line Q BMT Broadway Line R Shuttles lines. To the East of Times Square, the Bryant Park Station at 42nd Street and 6th Avenue is accessible by the IND Sixth Avenue Line B IND Sixth Avenue Line D IND Sixth Avenue Line F IND Sixth Avenue Line M lines.

For visitors driving into the city from the Lincoln Tunnel, there are several parking garages located nearby. Global Parking LLC at 143 West 40th Street, Advance Parking LLC at 249 West 43rd Street, and Astor Parking LLC at 1511 Broadaway all offer both hourly rates and overnight parking.

  • Times Square
    Times Square

    Sometimes referred to as The Crossroads of the World, Times Square is filled with brightly lit billboards, shops and restaurants in every direction. Site of the famous New Year’s Eve Ball Drop, this popular tourist destination draws record crowds of 330k+ every day!

    Manhattan, NY 10036

  • Hudson Yards
    Hudson Yards

    This City Within a City, set to open in 2024, is the largest private real estate development in the history of the United States. Upon completion, Hudson Yards will host over 40k residences, more than 100 shops, 5-star restaurants, state-of-the-art office towers and 14 acres of public park space.

    640 W 28th St
    New York, NY 10001

  • The Highline
    The Highline

    Located on Manhattan’s West Side, the High Line Park is a 1.5-mile-long elevated park offering visitors the opportunity to observe both hundreds of plant species and uninterrupted views of the Hudson and the city alike.

    The High Line
    New York, NY

  • Madison Square Garden
    Madison Square Garden

    Situated atop of Penn Station, MSG is the home of both the New York Rangers and the New York Knicks. The Garden is also host to many prominent boxing matches, ice shows, concerts and other forms of popular sports and entertainment events.

    4 Pennsylvania Plaza
    New York, NY 10001

  • Pennsylvania Station
    Pennsylvania Station

    Located in midtown Manhattan, Penn Station is the busiest transportation facility in North America, servicing more than 600k commuters and travelers daily. Offering connections to Amtrak trains, NJ Transit, Long Island Railroad and subways, Penn Station is a central for location for people coming into and leaving from New York City.

    Pennsylvania Station
    New York, NY

  • Empire State Building
    Empire State Building

    Once the tallest building in the world and still one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World and a NYC Landmark, The Empire State Building is a popular site for visitors and locals alike wishing to ride up its 102-floors to the observatory for breathtaking views of the city.

    350 5th Ave
    New York, NY 10118

  • Bryant Park
    Bryant Park

    Bryant Park is a Manhattan public park located between 5th and 6th Avenues. During the holiday season, visitors can skate at The Pond, a free-admission ice rink, and shop at The Holiday Shops, where vendors offer crafts and other merchandise. Hot chocolate is available, of course!

    Bryant Park
    New York, NY

  • Grand Central
    Grand Central

    Grand Central Terminal is a transportation hub on Manhattan’s east side. Along with subway connection, GCT is a common origin for commuters and visitors travelling to and from upstate New York and Connecticut. The grand interior main concourse draws millions of visitors a year snapping photos of the elaborate architecture.

    89 E 42nd St
    New York, NY 10017

  • Central Park
    Central Park

    Both a historic landmark, the most visited park in the US, and one of the most filmed locations in the world, Central Park is a green oasis in middle-upper Manhattan. Home to restaurants, & the Central Park Zoo, Central Park draws both local runner and bikers who share the many paths with horse-drawn carriages and street performers.

    Central Park
    New York, NY

  • Museum of Modern Art
    Museum of Modern Art

    Known as the MoMA, the Museum of Modern Arts draws millions of visitors each year to view its vast collection of books and exhibitions as one of the largest and most influential museums of modern art in the world.

    11 W 53rd St
    New York, NY 10019

  • Rockefeller Center
    Rockefeller Center

    A complex of retail shops and office buildings, Rockefeller Center is best known for its live airings of popular television shows, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, its holiday skating rink and its annual Christmas Tree Lighting.

    45 Rockefeller Plaza
    New York, NY 10111

  • Macy’s

    Macy’s Herald Square is the flagship of Macy’s department stores. Once the largest department store in the world, it still holds the title in the United States with its 11 floors stretching from 6th to 7th Avenues. Millions of people visit each year to view its elaborate window displays, featuring a new theme each year.

    151 W 34th St
    New York, NY 10001

  • Port Authority
    Port Authority

    Located on Manhattan’s west side, Port Authority is a large transportation hub catering to visitors and travelers primarily travelling via NJ Transit and other bus routes.

    625 8th Ave
    New York, NY 10018

  • Theatre District
    Theatre District

    New York's Theatre District refers to the area in Midtown Manhattan, roughly from 40th Street to 54th Street between Sixth Avenue to Eighth Avenue, where most Broadway theatres are located.

    Theatre District, New York, NY


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