Since the mid-1980s the Grand Central Partnership has been providing supplemental services within one of the largest business improvement districts in the world.  We work every day to ensure that our Midtown Manhattan neighborhood remains the world’s most desirable business address and a vibrant destination for shopping, dining, nightlife, and tourism. More about us ›



Fridays at 12:30pm

Meeting Point

Meet at the sculpture court at 120 Park Avenue, located at the southwest corner of East 42nd St and Park Ave directly across from Grand Central Terminal.


All tours are FREE and open to the public.
No reservations are necessary.
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For customized group tours, please call 212-883-2420.


Celebrate World Pride in Midtown East!

This June, an estimated 3 million visitors will be in New York City to celebrate World Pride, which coincides with the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall. Here is a roundup of a few of the Pride events happening around Midtown….

Celebrate Father’s Day in the Grand Central Neighborhood

Whether you plan on heading to Madison Avenue’s “Men’s Mile” – the portion of the Avenue between 43rd and 54th Streets that features some of the best names in fine menswear – or to one of our world-class retailers or restaurants, there’s no doubt that the Grand Central neighborhood has got everything you’ll need to make this Father’s Day one to remember. …

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Where to Drink Coffee in the Grand Central Neighborhood

In recent years, the artisanal coffee movement that has swept the nation has also left its mark on Midtown. Whatever the occasion and preferred brewing method, here are a few spots around the Grand Central neighborhood where coffee drinkers of all stripes can get a satisfying cup of joe….