The Quickie at Gravity is located in
Midtown - West
other neighborhoods in Midtown include:
A currently touted program of nine exercises you repeat until you fail at repeating them properly. An investment of time and money that is dwarfed by the costs of personal training. Clothes are provided (and laundered at a price). Pleasantly at the Parker Meridien.
119 West 56th Street @ 6th & 7th Avenues
Last Modified: Thursday Sep 11 2008
Stuyvesant Town, large brick buildings that run from 14th to 20th Streets, from First Avenue to Avenue C, are a mess of functional residences that were originally built in 1943 to house returning veterans of the Second World War and their families. They have gone on to house middle-income New Yorkers in 8,757 apartments. Stuyvesant Town and its sibling Peter Cooper comprise eighty acres that house more than 25,000 residents--and were sold on October 18, 2006 to Tishman Speyer for $5.4 billion dollars. New Yorkers are aghast that one of the last bastions of affordable housing will soon be converted to yet more luxury rentals. One might read a brief history of Stuyvesant Town on Wikipedia and note that in its creation in 1943, the project displaced 11,000 residents along with their business, schools and churches.