To Hunter College
Location - Hunter College is located at 695
Park Avenue on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. That entrance
is between 68th and 69th Streets. Other main entrances are
located around the corner, at the intersection of 68th Street
and Lexington Avenue.
By Car Going West (from Queens & Long Island)
- Take the Long Island Expressway to the Queens Midtown
Tunnel. Make a right onto Third Avenue and proceed north to
69th street. Make a left turn on 69th Street to Park Avenue.
At Park Avenue, make a left turn and then an immediate left
turn onto 68th Street. The College will be at the end of the
block on your right.
By Car Going South (from Bronx & Westchester)
- Take the New York Thruway (I-87) to the Major Deegan
Expressway to the Willis Avenue Bridge to the FDR Drive to
the 71st Street exit. Continue straight to Second Avenue.
Make a left turn to 69th Street. Make a right turn on 69th
Street to Park Avenue. Make a left turn and then an immediate
left turn onto 68th Street. The College will be at the end
of the block on your right.
By Car Going East (from New Jersey) Via Tunnel -
Take the Lincoln Tunnel, at exit bear left and go
to third light (parking garage will be directly ahead). Make
a left turn and then take the first right up to 65th Street.
Turn right, go to second light, and continue straight through
Central Park. After exiting Central Park, go three lights
to Park Avenue. Make a left turn onto Park Avenue. Go three
blocks and make a right turn on 68th Street. The College will
be at the end of the block on your right.
By Car Going East (from New Jersey) Via Bridge -
Take the George Washington Bridge to the Harlem River
Drive to the FDR Drive to the 71st Street exit. Continue straight
to Second Avenue. Make a left turn to 69th Street. Make a
right on 69th Street to Park Avenue. Make a left turn and
then an immediate left onto 68th Street. The College will
be at the end of the block on your right.
By Subway - The #6 train stops directly
under the College at 68th Street station. There is an entrance
to the College in the Subway station. Turn right upon exiting
the turnstile and the entrance will be directly ahead. Consult
a Subway Map for transfer points to the #6. The F train stops
five blocks south of the College at 63rd Street station. The
#4, #5, #6, N, R, and W trains stop nine blocks south of the
College at 59th Street & Lexington Avenue station.
By Bus - The M66 bus operates on 68th Street
eastbound and 67th Street westbound. The M101, M102, and M103
buses run southbound on Lexington Avenue and northbound on
Third Avenue. Consult a Bus Map for more routes.
USTA National Tennis Center
Location - The USTA National Tennis Center
is located in Flushing (Queens), New York. The venue serves
as the annual home of the US Open, one of the four Grand Slam
events in professional tennis. Hunter plays home matches on
its outdoor courts adjacent to the stadiums.
By Car - The Center is located at the northern
end of Flushing Meadow and stands directly across the street
from Shea Stadium, home of the New York Mets. It is most easily
accessed by entering on the north side at the intersection
of Roosevelt Avenue and Grand Central Parkway.
By Subway - Take the Queens-bound #7 train.
Get off at the stop marked Shea Stadium/Willet's Point. This
is the next-to-last stop on the line. You will see the Center
as you approach the stop. Exit the station on the south side
of Roosevelt Avenue and walk to the Center.
By Bus - The Q48 bus operates along Roosevelt
Avenue and stops below the #7 train station.
Location - Metropolitan Oval, one of the
most storied urban soccer venues in the United States, is
located in the Ridgewood area of Queens. The Oval stands at
the corner of 60th Street and 60th Court. It is around the
corner from the junction of Eliot Avenue, Metropolitan Avenue,
and Forest Avenue.
By Car From Northern Manhattan - Take the
Queensboro Bridge into Queens Boulevard and proceed to 69th
Street. Turn right on to Grand Avenue and veer left at the
split into Flushing Avenue. Continue to 60th Street, turn
left, and proceed to 60th Court.
By Car From Midtown Manhattan - Take the
Midtown Tunnel into the Long Island Expressway and proceed
to the Maurice Avenue exit. Turn right on Maurice and proceed
to Rust. Turn left and follow the curve of Rust Street to
60th Street. Turn right on 60th Street and proceed to 60th
By Subway - Take the M train to Middle Village,
the last stop, which is located on Metropolitan Avenue at
69th Street. Head west on Metropolitan Avenue, nine blocks,
to 60th Street. Turn right on 60th Street and proceed to 60th
By Bus - The Q38, Q39, Q54, Q58, and B57
buses all come within five blocks of Metropolitan Oval
the 168th Street Armory
Location - The 168th Street Armory is located
on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in the heart of the Washington
Heights neighborhood. The Armory is located at the intersection
of 168th Street and Broadway. It is directly across the street
from Columbia Presbyterian Hospital.
By Car - The Armory is located at the intersection
of 168th Street and Broadway. North and south access are offered
by both Broadway and Saint Nicholas Avenue. East and west access
can be gained from 168th Street and the surrounding parallel
By Subway - Take the #1 or #9 line to 168th
Street. The exit is directly across the street from the 168th
Street Armory. The A and C trains also share this stop and the
same exit will bring you directly across the street from one
of the world's most famous indoor track and field facilities.
By Bus - The M3, M4, M5, M100, and Bx7 buses
all pass the corner of 168th Street and Broadway. The M2 and
M18 terminate a block away at 167th Street.
Ammirati Field at Coleman Park
Location - Ammirati Field is located in the
Coleman Park Complex on the Lower East Side, east of Chinatown
and below the Manhattan Bridge, at the corner of Market Street
and Monroe Street.
By Car - Take the FDR Drive to the Manhattan
Bridge exit (Market Slip) and proceed two blocks to the intersection
with Madison Street.
By Subway - The F train stops about five
blocks away at the corner of East Broadway and Canal Street.
Walk two blocks east to Madison Street, turn right heading
toward the Manhattan Bridge, and go four blocks to Ammirati
By Bus - The M22 bus operates along Madison
Street and stops next to Ammirati Field. The M9 and M15 buses
run two blocks away on East Broadway.
Location - Randall's Island is located in the
East River between the northern sections of Manhattan and Queens
as well as the southern tip of the Bronx.
By Car From Long Island - Take the Triborough
Bridge to FDR Drive. Look for a sign for Wards/Randall's Island
on right side. Go down ramp.
By Car From New Jersey - Take the George Washington
Bridge to the Major Deegan South to the Triborough Bridge. Pay
toll. Look for sign for Wards/Randall's
Island on left. Go down ramp.
By Car From Westchester - Take the Major Deegan
South to the Triborough Bridge. Pay toll. Look for sign for
Wards/Randall's Island on left. Go down ramp.
By Bus - The M35 bus operates between Harlem
and Randall's Island. The line begins at 126th Street and Lexington
Avenue, one block away from the #4, #5, and #6 subway station
at 125th Street.
Riverbank State Park
Location - Riverbank State Park is located
on the Upper West Side of Manhattan where Harlem gives way to
Washington Heights. The Park sits alongside the Hudson River
between 137th and 145th Streets. The complex includes gymnasiums
and fields with the soccer stadium a centerpiece.
By Car - The Park is located on the western
edge of Manhattan and the drive there can be quite scenic. Riverside
Drive provides access to the Park from both the north and the
south. If another street is taken, then 145th Street will offer
the most convenient east and west access.
By Subway - Take the #1 or #9 line to 145th
Street and Broadway, walk approximately two blocks west to Riverbank
State Park, then follow the directions listed on the display
poles to the soccer stadium. The A, B, C, and D trains stop
at 145th Street and Saint Nicholas Avenue, a five block walk
By Bus - The M11 and Bx19 buses terminate
on 145th Street at Riverbank State Park. The M4 and M5 operate
on nearby Broadway, the M100 and M101 on Amsterdam Avenue, the
M18 on Convent Avenue, and the M3 on Saint Nicholas Avenue.