Check out the Harlem YMCA! It’s located at 180 West 135th Street between Lenox Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. Founded in 1852, today the Harlem YMCA serves a diverse population of more than a thousand New Yorkers who learn, grow, and thrive through programs and services at their branch. They have so many facilities, including but not limited to:
* State-of-the-art cardio and strength equipment
* Group fitness classes
* Swimming pools for lap swim and family swim
* Racquet sports and basketball
* Priority access and member rates for programs
* A welcoming community for all
* Boxing studio
* Locker rooms
* Free weights
* Free WiFi
* Personal training
* Kids classes
* Youth sports
* Family programs
PLUS if you join this YMCA you can take advantage of a limited time offer through 10/3/22! Stay for 3 months and get the 4th month for FREE, plus $0 joiner's fee.
180, West 135th Street, 180, West 135th Street, New York, New York, United States
You should definitely visit The DiscOasis in NYC! This immersive theatrical experience unites art, light, music, dance, live performances, roller skating, and good vibes at the iconic Wollman Rink in Central Park.
Discover “The Perfect Summer Night in the City” (New York Times). You can skate to timeless roller-rink classics, dance to new music from their guest DJs, explore unique and fantastical art installations, snap a few thousand photos for the gram, or just have a seat and a snack while you take in the best choreography on four wheels.
Whenever you visit, you will be immersed in the glittering paradise.From 10:00am-4:30pm The DiscOasis will be open for one-hour or three-hour open skating sessions. From 5:30-10:00pm The DiscOasis comes to life with dazzling lights, live DJs, and a musical show with a cast of roller-skating performers directed and choreographed by a Tony Award nominated director/choreographer.
I promise you, you will not be disappointed! 😁
830, 5th Avenue, 830, 5th Avenue, New York, New York, United States
Inwood is an affordable neighborhood at the top of Manhattan. New Yorkers are moving on up. A neighborhood in the upper reaches of Manhattan provinces both the buzzy lures of the city with a quieter, more residential feel. I currently have two great buildings in the area with 1 and 2 bedrooms size units available. All between $1000-$2500 a month. If you more about living in a neighborhood that will save you money on rent, let me know.
#relocation#moving#dog Anyone move to NYC with dog? Pests can be an issue sometimes, when you are looking for an apartment to rent:( Is there anything I should be preparing for? Any advice? I would like to be near Central Park
Upper West Side, New York, New York, United States
Hi Elizabeth - Christina makes a great point. Are you open to discovering other dog friendly neighborhoods? The Where Quiz will prioritize these neighborhoods for you if you specify what is important to you (ie. dog parks, outdoor space, etc.)