East 14th Street, New York City
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East 14th Street is a major cross-town street in the New York City borough of Manhattan. This street forms the southern border of Union Square, at Broadway. It is also the southern border of Chelsea, Flatiron, Lower Midtown, and Gramercy. East 14th also provides the northern boundary of Greenwich Village, Alphabet City, and the East Village.
Along East 14th you will find many commercial areas. Shopping along this street includes retailers such as Trader Joes, Raymour & Flannigan Furniture, Private Jet Charters, and a Game Stop. Mixed in with the commercial sites are many options for businesses to rent offices in the East 14th area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
New York is a shopper’s paradise. You can find everything from high-end merchandise to vintage goods and open-air markets. On East 14th you can have a drink at Otto’s Shrunken Head, a cup of coffee at Irving Farm Coffee Company, have tuna tartare tacos at Abe & Arthur’s, or have a slice of pie at Naked Pizza.
East 14th Street is well-served by the New York City Subway as every line that crosses 14th Street has a stop there: 14th Street-Union Square station 14th Street Union Square on the BMT Canarsie Line, BMT Broadway Line, and IRT Lexington Avenue Line serving the 4, 5, 6, and <6>. As well as L, N, Q, and R trains. 14th Street and Sixth Avenue on the BMT Canarsie Line and IND Sixth Avenue Line serving the L, F, and M trains. 14th Street at Seventh Avenue on the IRT Broadway Seventh Avenue Line serving the 1, 2, 3 trains. 14th Street Eighth Avenue on the BMT Canarsie Line and IND Eighth Avenue Line serving the A, C, E, and L trains. The BMT Canarsie Line runs underneath 14th Street from Eighth Avenue to the East River, stopping at First Avenue, Third Avenue, Union Square, Sixth Avenue, and at Eighth Avenue. The line is served at all times by the L train. The PATH to Jersey stops at 14th Street at its intersection with Sixth Avenue. All the airports serving Manhattan and East 14th Street are less than an hour away. The three major airports that provide domestic and international flights include John F. Kennedy International Airport, LaGuardia Airport, and Newark Liberty International Airport.