Grand Central Terminal
Completed in 1913, Grand Central Terminal – more commonly, if technically incorrectly, called Grand Central Station – is another of New...
Grand Central Partnership
The Grand Central Partnership leads free, 90-minute tours of both the Grand Central Terminal and the surrounding neighborhood on Fridays...
Beloved art deco took hold in the 1930s as architects turned away from history, creating unique buildings, configured with setbacks and...
New York Public Library
Across its branches, the NYPL keeps brains lubricated with its string of lectures, seminars and workshops, with topics ranging from...
Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant
This buzzing bar and restaurant within Grand Central is hugely atmospheric, with a vaulted tiled ceiling by Catalan-born engineer Rafael...
Grand Central Terminal, 15 Vanderbilt Ave · interesting places nearby
Campbell Apartment information
Party like it’s 1928! This sublime, deliciously buttoned-up gem in Grand Central was once the office of a ’20s railroad magnate fond of Euro eccentricities: think Florentine-style carpets, decorative wooden ceiling beams and a soaring leaded glass window. Suitably tucked away from the hordes, reach it from the lift beside the Oyster Bar or the stairs to the West Balcony.
A (somewhat arbitrary) dress code applies. Play it safe and leave the shorts, ripped jeans, T-shirts and sneakers in your wardrobe.