NYC Yellow Cabs
Lines of New York City yellow cabs await residents of icon on the streets of Midtown. Just flag one down in the street, start the meter and tell your driver your destination.
Times Square Station
Access virtually any part of New York City via the nearby Times Square subway station - providing access to the A, C, E, N, Q R, S, 1, 2, 3 and 7 lines.
Columbus Circle Station
Access any point on the Western side of Manhattan - Uptown or Downtown - via the A, C, B, D and 1 Subway Lines at nearby Columbus Circle.
Prolific black cars for hire provide chauffeured above-ground transport from icon in Midtown West to any destination. Many of these cars can be requested with the simple tap of a smartphone.
Citi Bike Bike Share
Residents of icon can quickly bypass traffic snarls with readily available Citi Bike shared bicycles, accessible from one of the two nearby Hell's Kitchen bike share depots directly downstairs. Or, store your own bike in the attached bike storage.
Hudson River Bike Path
Just a few avenues West of icon, an arterial bike path along the Hudson River provides access to all points of Manhattan. Riders enjoy water views, greenery, and a break from the traffic of Midtown streets.
Grand Central Station
Grand Central Station serves commuters traveling on the Metro-North Railroad to points North, and subway passengers connecting to the Eastern side of Manhattan and Queens Subways accessible at Grand Central include the 4, 5, 6, 7, and S lines.
Powered by nothing but human effort, pedicabs usher passengers throughout all of Hell's Kitchen, Midtown Manhattan and Central Park. Your carbon footprint just got a little lighter.
Transportation from icon is a breeze. Residents can access 12 subway lines at the Times Square and Columbus Circle stations, as well as the LIRR, Amtrak and NJ Transit at Penn Station and Metro North at Grand Central. Town cars, bike sharing, and taxis are also readily available.