Directions to the Fisher Center
The entrance to the Fisher Center is located at 19 East 31st Street, between Fifth and Madison Avenues. During regular business hours and special events, access can be gained by contacting our receptionist from the phone located to the right of the door. The door will automatically open and someone will greet you in the lobby and escort you up to the second floor.
Travel Within New York City
Fisher Center is located within easy walking distance of both bus and subway stops. Buses require exact change (no bills) or a Metrocard. The subways require a Metrocard, which can be purchased at most subway entrances.
Nearest subway stops:
6 Line: 33rd and Park Avenue
N, R, and Q Lines: 34th Street and Broadway (Herald Square)
Nearest bus stops:
M1, M2, M3, and M4: Fifth Avenue downtown bus; bus stop at Fifth Avenue and West 31st Street
M1, M2, M3, and M4: Madison Avenue uptown bus; bus stop at East 30th and Madison
Taxicabs can be hailed from any street corner.
Travel From Campus
GPS address: 136 Madison, New York, New York 10017
Fisher Center is approximately a five-hour drive from campus. Take Route 81 South to Route 380 South. Continue on Route 380 until it ends at Route 80. Take Route 80 East to the George Washington Bridge. After crossing the bridge, stay in the right lane to pick up South 9A, which becomes West Side Highway downtown. Exit at West 34th Street, turning left on West 34th. Head east until you reach Park Avenue South. Turn right on Park Avenue South, then right again on East 31st Street. The Fisher Center is located at 136 Madison, between East 31st and 32nd streets.
Alternate: Take the George Washington Bridge to Harlem River Drive to FDR Drive South. Take exit 8 toward East 34th Street. Turn right onto East 34th Street, then left on Park Avenue South. Turn right on East 31st Street. The Fisher Center is located at 136 Madison, between East 31st and 32nd streets.
There are three area airports—Liberty Newark International, LaGuardia, and JFK International. Be sure to allow enough travel time when heading to a NYC-area airport; traffic in New York is always heavy. In rain, snow, or rush hour and during VIP visits to the city, traffic gets very tied up. A good rule of thumb is to depart Manhattan two hours before your flight departs.
Train transportation between Syracuse and New York is provided by Amtrak. Call 800.872.7245 for schedules. The Fisher Center is three blocks from Penn Station, where Amtrak is located.