A, B, C, D and 1 trains to 59th Street/Columbus Circle station.
M1, M5 or M10 to Columbus Circle - Enter 59th Street
M20 to 63rd and Broadway - Walk three blocks south - Enter 60th Street
M31 or M57 to W. 57th and Broadway - Walk to 8th Avenue and walk two blocks north - Enter 59th Street
M104 to W. 61st and Broadway - Walk one block south - Enter 60th Street
From New Jersey: Tunnel > exit onto 41st Street > 10th Avenue > 58th Street > 9th Avenue
From Long Island: Long Island Expressway to Midtown Tunnel > signs Uptown/West Side > 8th Avenye > 59th Street
From New Jersey:
- Lincoln Tunnel: From the tunnel, exit onto 41st Street and turn right onto 10th Avenue. Head north and make right onto 58th Street. Travel on 58th Street one block to 9th Avenue. Central Parking will be on your left-hand side between 8th and 9th Avenues.
- Holland Tunnel: From the Tunnel, exit onto Canal Street, follow signs to the West Side Highway (9A). Travel north to the 57th Street exit and turn right. Make a left onto 11th Avenue and go one block to 58th Street. Turn right. Central Parking will be on your left-hand side between 8th and 9th Avenues.
From Long Island: Take the Long Island Expressway to the Midtown Tunnel. Follow signs to Uptown/West Side and go across town to 8th Avenue. Take right onto 8th Avenue and proceed to 59th Street. Turn right onto Columbus Circle, round the circle and enter via the main entrance (59th and Columbus Circle).
Time Warner Center mall
Located in the heart of Manhattan at Columbus Circle (59th Street and Broadway), Time Warner Center is one of New York City’s most iconic destinations. It’s the place to dine, shop, live, work and be entertained. The soaring 2.8 million-square-foot landmark has transformed Columbus Circle into a thriving urban neighborhood.
The Shops at Columbus Circle is New York City’s unrivaled destination for style and sophistication with more than 40 specialty retail shops, a 60,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market, and a 40,000-square-foot Equinox Fitness Club. The building encircles the western side of Columbus Circle and straddles the border between Midtown and the Upper West Side.
All under one roof located next to Central Park, Time Warner Center includes stores such as BOSS Hugo Boss, J. Crew, Swarovski, H&M, Armani, and many more! And if you want to pause your shopping, do not forget that the Time Warner Center has restaurants and bars such as Landmarc, Porter House New York or its Center Bar. For example, pause your shopping for a sweet pick-me-up at Bouchon Bakery - we love their seasonal macaron flavors!!
The Time Warner Center was the first big construction of the city since the 9/11 attacks. The fact that these new twin towers were built right after the attack has been seen as a symbol of strenght for American people.