Conference Venue

We’re delighted to announce that WORKTECH23 New York will be hosted at the Kimmel Center at New York University!

Located at the heart of campus, the Kimmel Center provides space and resources for students, faculty, staff, departments, alumni, and community organizations. Visitors have access to  the adjacent Global Center for Academic & Spiritual Life, and a breath-taking view of Washington Square Park.



60 Washington Square S,
New York, NY 10012,
United States



There are three major airports that are reasonably convenient to our main Greenwich Village location around Washington Square Park.  Depending on where you you will be staying, flight costs, and available options from your origin you can safely choose any of these.

Recommended Airports:

  • Laguardia (LGA)
  • John F. Kennedy (JFK)
  • Newark Liberty (EWR)

Tips for getting into the City:

Taxis: There are established flat rate taxi fares when traveling from an airport into Manhattan.  Always look for an established taxi line outside of baggage claim or use a known car service.  If you are asked if you need a taxi or offered a ride, do not accept.  This option can get you directly to your destination but may be the most costly option.

Airport Shuttles: All three airports have private shuttle bus services that you can pay a modest price for a ticket to be dropped off at two central locations within Manhattan.  Depending on where your lodging is, you can easily walk, catch a taxi, bus, or subway to your final destination.


By Train:

Metro North into Grand Central Station
From Grand Central, it is most convenient to take the Lexington Avenue subway (6 train) downtown.  Depending on your final destination you will likely want to exit at the Astor Place Station in order to make a 10 minute walk to the Washington Square Park area.

Long Island Rail Road (LIRR), Amtrak, or New Jersey Transit into Moynihan Train Hall at Pennsylvania Station (Moynihan/Penn Station)
From Moynihan/Penn Station, it is usually most convenient to take the 8th Avenue subway (A, C, or E train) downtown to West Fourth Street-Washington Square Station. Walk east until you reach Washington Square Park.

PATH Trains from New Jersey
The Ninth Street Station (Sixth Avenue and Ninth Street) is the most central to Washington Square Park.  Once you leave the station, walk south on 6th Avenue to West Fourth Street and then east to the park. Check the list of stations closest to your final destination, there may be another stop closer for you.

By Bus:

If you are traveling into Manhattan on a bus, all Greyhound, New Jersey Transit, and other commuter buses go to the Port Authority Terminal located at 42nd Street and 8th Avenue. From there, take the Eighth Avenue subway (blue line) downtown.

Within NYC, the most convenient MTA bus lines are the M1, M2, M3, M5, M6, M8, M10, and the M21.



By Subway:

These subway lines and stations run closest to our main hub of locations in Manhattan and are good options to select from:

  • 8th Avenue Line (A, C, E – blue)
    • West Fourth Street (W4) Station
  • 6th Avenue Line (B, D, F, M – orange)
    • West Fourth Street (W4) Station
  • Brodway Line (N, Q, R, W – yellow)
    • 14th Street – Union Square Station
    • 8th Street – NYU Station
  • Lexington Avenue Line (4, 5, 6 – green)
    • 14th Street – Union Square Station
    • Astor Place Station
    • Bleeker Street Station



New York City is actively reducing car traffic, particularly in heavily congested areas of Manhattan and Brooklyn, in order to support a healthier city.  We recommend using public transportation unless the conveience of driving is an important consideration.


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  • Cisco

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  • WORKTECH-Academy