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(212) 928-9525
kurt@kurtthometz.com

426 West 160th Street
New York, New York 10032 (Google map)

Approximate location of Kurt Thometz

DIRECTIONS:

A 30 minute ride from mid-town Manhattan over the following routes:

By Car – Up St. Nicholas Avenue to 160th Street, turn right one block or down Broadway to 160th, turn left to between St. Nicholas and Edgecombe Avenues.
By Madison Ave. Bus – M2 to 160nd St & Edgecombe Avenue, M3 to 160th & St. Nicholas Avenue.
By Subway – IND 8th Ave – A train to Harlem, Local, C train to 163rd St. Station, use south exit at 161st St. and walk one block south and one half block east.
By I.R.T. Subway – Broadway 7th Ave. line (1) to 155th St. Station. Walk north to 160th St., then 2 blocks east.

From Airports – Grand Central Parkway to RFK Bridge.  Exit 125th Street, Harlem.  West to St. Nicholas Ave, North to 160th St, Right. No traffic, expect 45 min (cab $55.00) from JFK, 20 min (cab $35.00) La Guardia.

The Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center and the Audubon Ballroom are located 5 blocks north on 165th St. and Broadway, one stop on the C train. The City College of New York is 2 stops on the C train. Columbia University is 5 stops south on the 1/9 trains. The Schomburg Center for Black Culture is 3 stops south on the C train.

Buses and subway are within one and two blocks.  Good Soul, Dominican and Italian cuisine within walking distance.  Besides the Morris-Jumel Mansion, open to the public seven days a week, Audubon Terrace’s American Society of Arts and Letters, The Hispanic Society and the macabrely elegant Trinity Cemetery are neighborhood treasures you can introduce your New York friends to.

Jumel Terrace in 1901

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  1. Susan Barksdale says:

    From our recent stay at Jumel Terrace, we remember the lavender-scented amber soap, the stained glass window in the bathroom, the ivory, sand and green color palette, the autumn yard and the books. All the books on NYC, horticulture, jazz and Harlem history. After our brunches with fresh croissants that were there for us outside the kitchen door in the mornings, we could have passed long afternoons just reading and sitting in the yard. But the subway station was just around the corner and it was an easy ride into midtown. Kurt gave advice and told us interesting stories. We want to come back in the spring.

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