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A New York City boutique hotel that blends creativity and business, the Kimpton Ink 48 Hotel is ranked “Best Hotels in NYC 2016” by U.S. News & World Report. Accessibly located in Midtown’s hip Hell’s Kitchen, they welcome creative types who want a genuine Manhattan immersion complete with micro-bars, flea markets, underground donut shops and other hidden gems to uncover. Experience bold design and loft-like comfort in the 222 guest rooms and suites, most with city or river views. Enjoy culinary revelations under one roof, along with an on-site spa, complimentary bikes, and The Press Lounge which is one of New York’s best rooftop destinations offering 360 degree views through glass walls perched high on the 16th floor.

Time Hotel New York
Time Hotel New York
Located right in the heart of Theater District, TIME New York attracts inspiration from its artistic and creative neighbors. Enjoy luxurious accommodations and highly stylized interiors designed by famed Rockwell Group. Comprised of light oak woods and raw concrete accented by neutral upholstery, the elegant day lounge offers an urban oasis for guests to socialize or work. With a mezzanine location semi-hidden from view of the lobby, LeGrande lounge becomes the preferred haunt equally ideal for a quick drink or lingering conversation. Serafina is a charming dining spot with its heart in Northern Italy and its feet planted squarely in Midtown Manhattan.

Located two blocks west of Times Square on the corner of 10th Avenue and West 42nd Street, this stylish hotel with contemporary design is in the heart of Midtown West . Offering automated airline-style check-in kiosks, a handy mobile concierge app to keep everything at your fingertips and YOBOT, the friendly luggage-storing robot, in addition to free super-fast WiFi throughout the hotel. Inspired by luxury aircraft design, the hotel rooms are smartly designed and adaptable spaces. YOTEL’s rich amenity offerings include cool bars, co-working lounge areas and a beautifully designed Green Fig restaurant with appetizing North African inspired dishes.

Madison Square Garden

To make your weekend in New York even better, The Madison Square Garden Company has created special offers for all the AD Design Show attendees. Check out a Knicks or a Rangers game at Madison Square Garden.

March 18th New York Rangers vs Pittsburgh Penguins at 7:30 PM

March 21st New York Knicks vs Golden State Warriors at 7:30 PM

March 23rd New York Knicks vs LA Clippers at 7:00 PM


The NY Waterway Ferry is the fastest & easiest way to get to Pier 92/94 from New Jersey, offering frequent, 8-minute trips from Port Imperial Weehawken to Midtown (W 39 th St & 12 th Ave). The Midtown terminal also offers free connecting shuttle buses to bring you closer to the show.

For ferry & bus schedule information, call 1-800- 53-FERRY or visit


Piers 92/94 can be reached by th 8th Avenue subway, E or C trains to 50th street, then via M50 Bus line (please note that the M50 Bus does not run on the weekends). Also, bus lines M16 and M42 provide service to 42nd Street and 12 Avenue. For subway and bus information and schedules, call 718-330-1234.


John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
Jamaica, Queens | | +1.718.244.4444

Getting to Manhattan from JFK

  • Taxi: the flat-rate fare is $52.80 (excluding rush-hour surcharge, tolls and gratuity); 50–60 minutes to/from Midtown. +1.212.NYC.TAXI (692.8294)

  • Subway: $7.75 ($5 for AirTrain JFK and $2.75 for subway); 60–75 minutes to Midtown Manhattan on the A subway line at the Howard Beach–JFK Airport station, or the E, J, Z subway lines and Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) train at the Sutphin Blvd./Archer Ave. station.

  • Train: $5 AirTrain JFK connects to LIRR Jamaica Station, $10 peak/$7.25 off-peak train to Penn Station (NOTE: $6 surcharge for tickets purchased on board train). On Saturday and Sunday, the fare to Penn Station is $4.25. The trip to Penn Station is 20 minutes (not including AirTrain ride).

  • Public bus: $2.75 (with free transfer to subway line into Manhattan); 60–75 minutes to Midtown. The Q3 bus at JFK connects to the F subway line, the B5 connects to the 3 and 4 lines, and the Q10 bus connects to the E and F lines.


LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
Flushing, Queens | | +1.718.533.3400

Getting to Manhattan from LaGuardia

  • Taxi: Metered fare is approximately $30–50 (excluding tolls and gratuity); 30 minutes to/from Midtown. There is a $1 surcharge for trips taken 4–8pm on weekdays and a 50-cent surcharge for trips taken 8pm–6am daily. +1.212.NYC.TAXI (692.8294).

  • Public bus: fare is $2.75 for the Select Bus Service M60 between LaGuardia and Manhattan’s Upper West Side (106th Street and Broadway), with stops at all major Manhattan subway lines (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, B, C, D); 45–60 minutes. The express Q70 bus goes to the 82nd St./Jackson Heights subway station (for the 7 subway line) and the Jackson Heights/Roosevelt Ave. subway station (for 7, E, F, M or R lines); add 15–20 minutes for the subway ride.


Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
Newark | | +1.888.EWR.INFO (397.4636)

Getting to Manhattan from Newark Liberty

  • Taxi: Service to Midtown is permitted only via New Jersey–regulated taxis. Metered fares range $60–75 (excluding tolls and gratuity). During weekday rush hours (6–9am and 4–7pm) and on weekends noon–8pm, there is a $5 surcharge to anywhere in New York State, except Staten Island. Seniors (ages 62 and older) receive a 10% discount. New Jersey taxis add a $5.50 surcharge to all credit card transactions. Newark Taxi Commission, +1.973.733.8912; Elizabeth Taxi Commission, +1.908.820.4000, ext. 4178. NOTE: When traveling to Newark Liberty from Midtown, taxi service is via NYC’s regulated taxis. Metered fares range $69–75, plus a $5 surcharge (excluding tolls and gratuity). +1.212.NYC.TAXI (692.8294).

  • Train: AirTrain Newark is free between EWR terminals. Purchase a flat-rate $12.50 ticket for a connection on an NJ Transit or Amtrak train into New York’s Penn Station. Note: Retain your $12.50 receipt to show to conductors on each train connection.

Pier 92 Parking


Nearby Parking Garages

Rapid Park
W 55th St btw 9th & 10th Aves
Open 24 hours, cash or credit card (no trucks or SUV’s)

SP Parking
57th St at 11th Ave
Open 24 hours, cash or credit card

Concerto Garage
59th St btw 10th & 11 Aves
Open 24 hours, cash or credit card


How to get to Pier 94:
55th Street and the West Side Highway
New York, NY 10019

From the North (Westchester, Connecticut, Massachusetts):
95 South (via the Cross-Bronx Expressway) to the George Washington Bridge. At approach to bridge, bear right to lower level. Exit at the last exit in New York-Parkway South-9A. Follow Parkway South (Henry Hudson Parkway/West Side Highway) to 54th Street. Turn right. Go one block to entrance and turn right.

Saw Mill River Parkway/Henry Hudson Parkway/Route 9A:
Follow 9A South to 55th Street. Turn Left. Go one block to entrance and turn right.

New York State Thruway/Major Deegan Expressway/Route 87:
Major Deegan Expressway to George Washington Bridge exit. Stay in the right lane towards lower level. Exit at the last exit in New York Parkway South 9A. Follow Parkway South (Henry Hudson Parkway/West Side Highway) to 55th Street. Turn left. Go one block to entrance and turn right.

From the South (New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Etc.):
95 North to the New Jersey Turnpike, Exit at the Lincoln Tunnel. When exiting the tunnel, bear left. Follow signs for uptown or northbound to 55th Street. Turn left onto 55th Street until you reach 11th Avenue and turn left.

George Washington Bridge to Parkway South:
9A. At 55th Street, turn right. Go one block to Pier 94 New York entrance.

From Queens and Long Island:
Queens -Midtown Tunnel: Take Southbound or Downtown exit to 34th Street and turn right on 12th Avenue to 55th Street where you turn left.

Queensboro/59th Street Bridge:
Take 60/61st Street Exit. Go to 5th Avenue alongside Central Park to 59th Street. Turn right onto 59th Street to 12th Avenue and turn left. Go five blocks to the 55th Street and turn right.

From Staten Island:
Verrazano-Narrows Bridge eastbound to the Gowanus Expressway, to the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel. Exit westbound to the West Side Highway/12th Avenue. At 55th Street, turn left. Go one block to entrance.