Address

30 Seventh Ave.‎
New York, New York 10011
Entrance on Seventh Avenue between West 12th and West 13th Streets

 

Parking

There is no official Lenox Hill HealthPlex parking available, but there are multiple paid-parking locations nearby.

Quik Park
175 West 12th Street
New York, NY 10011
(646) 336-6225

Fleur Garage Corporation
77 7th Avenue
Manhattan, NY 10011
(212) 929-9533

Imperial Parking System
107 West 13th Street
New York, NY 10011
(212) 741-9016

Chivian Garage Corporation
101 West 12th Street #1
New York, NY 10011
(212) 929-8322

222 West 14 St Parking Corporation
222 West 14th Street
New York, NY 10011
(212) 242-6712

Value Management Corporation
11 Jane Street
New York, NY 10014
(212) 462-4585

Public Transportation

Subway
Take the 1, 2 or 3 trains to 14th Street / Seventh Avenue, the F or M trains to 14th Street / Sixth Avenue or the L train to SixthAvenue / 14th Street.

Bus
Take the M20 downtown or M7 downtown bus to West 14th Street / Seventh Avenue or the M20 uptown bus to West 14th Street / Eighth Avenue. You can also take the M14A/M14D crosstown bus to the West 14th Street / Seventh Avenue stop.

 

Driving Directions

From The Bronx or Westchester
Take the Major Deegan Expressway (NYS Thruway I-87) southbound to Robert F. Kennedy (Triborough) Bridge to Manhattan. Take the FDR Drive southbound to Exit 8 toward I-495/Midtown Tunnel/East 34th Street. Turn right onto East 37th Street. Turn left at the third cross street onto Second Avenue. Turn right onto East 14th Street. Turn left onto Seventh Avenue. The building will be on your right.

Take the Saw Mill River Parkway south. Continue onto New York 9A south/Henry Hudson Parkway. Make a left onto West 14th Street. Turn right onto Seventh Avenue. The building will be on your right.

From Brooklyn or Staten Island
Cross the Brooklyn Bridge and take the Centre St north/Park Row south exit on the left toward Chambers Street. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Chambers Street/Centre Street north and merge onto Centre Street. Continue onto Foley Square. Make a left onto Worth Street. Turn right at the third cross street onto Church Street. Then, take a slight left onto Avenue of the Americas. Turn left onto West 13th Street and another left onto Seventh Avenue. The building will be on your right.

Go through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel. Take the exit toward Trinity Place and continue onto Church Street from Trinity Place. Make a slight left onto Avenue of the Americas. Turn left onto West 13th Street and another left onto Seventh Avenue. The building will be on your right.

From Queens or Long Island
Take I-495 West (Long Island Expressway) into Manhattan through the Queens Midtown Tunnel. Take the exit on the left toward East 35th Street and turn right. Then, turn left onto Fifth Avenue. Make a left onto West 19th Street. Turn left at the second cross street onto Seventh Avenue, the building will be on the right.

From Connecticut
Take the New England Thruway (I-95) southbound. Keep left to continue on I-278 West, follow signs for Robert F. Kennedy (Triborough Bridge to Manhattan. Take the exit toward Randall’s – Wards Island/Manhattan/FDR Drive. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for FDR Dr south and merge onto FDR Drive. Take FDR Drive southbound to Exit 8 toward I-495/Midtown Tunnel/East 34th Street. Turn right onto East 37th Street. Turn left at the third cross street onto Second Avenue. Turn right onto East 14th Street. Turn left onto Seventh Avenue. The building will be on your right.

From New Jersey
Take the NJ-495 East through the Lincoln Tunnel. Take the exit toward West 36th Street. Keep right at the fork; follow signs for I-495 East/36th Street/Downtown/Madison Square Garden. Turn left onto West 36th Street. Then, take the first right onto Ninth Avenue. Turn left onto West 23rd Street. Turn right at the second cross street onto Seventh Ave, the building will be on your right.

Lenox Hill HealthPlex

Lenox Hill HealthPlex is the first freestanding emergency room in Manhattan and part of the North Shore-LIJ Health System, one of the nation’s largest healthcare systems.

North Shore-LIJ Health System