The NYU campus spans from Wall Street to Midtown Manhattan, but is centered in the blocks around Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village. For generations Greenwich Village has been a home for artists and intellectuals. All three buildings comprising the Tisch campus – our main building at 721 Broadway, our facility at 111 2nd Avenue and our spaces at 627 and 665 Broadway are in the heart of the Village. Within a few blocks of our campus are some of the city's – indeed some of the world's – greatest theatres, art galleries, museums, music halls, cinemas, bookstores, cafes and specialty stores. Our campus is in the midst of one of the most dynamic and exciting neighborhoods in New York.