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Bleecker Street Location...

Bleecker Street Location

We’re available 24 Hours a Day, 7 days a week. Feel free to call us anytime for whatever reason. Rest assured, we’re here for you and your family.

Whether you’re traveling from upper Manhattan, Mid-Town, Downtown, or the rest of the five boroughs, we are conveniently located near major transportation hubs.

Our chapel is located at 199 Bleecker Street between 6th Avenue (Avenue of the Americas) and Macdougal Street in Greenwich Village.


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Phone and Fax Information…

Ph: 212-614-2300
Fax: 212-254-3116

Email…

info@bamemorial.com

Address…

199 Bleecker Street
New York, NY 10012

By Subway or Bus…

The nearest subway station is WEST 4th Street
(A, C, E, B, D, F, M).

Once there, walk south on 6th Avenue (against traffic) and turn left on Bleecker Street. You’ll see us about halfway up the block.

For bus service to Beth Abraham, use the M5 and stop at W. 4th Street.

View scheduling at: www.hopstop.com or www.mta.info

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    Downtown Bleecker StreetMidtown W. 43 StreetNo Preference




    Questions? Contact Us

    Beth Abraham values the privacy of its visitors. Beth Abraham Memorial Chapel’s Privacy Policy can be found here.

      Beth Abraham Online Contact Form





      Downtown Bleecker StreetMidtown W. 43 StreetNo Preference




      Arrival by Car…

      From the Upper East Side or Triborough (R.F.K.) Bridge

      F.D.R. Drive: Take the F.D.R. Drive south to Houston Street exit.  Travel west on Houston Street to Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue) and turn right.  Continue one block to Bleecker Street and turn right.

      From the Queensborough Bridge (59th St. Bridge) or the Midtown Tunnel

      Take 2nd Avenue southbound to East Houston Street and turn right.  Travel west on Houston Street to Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue) and turn right.  Continue one block to Bleecker Street and turn right.

      From the Williamsburg Bridge

      Travel straight onto Delancey Street for approximately 6 blocks to the Bowery and turn right.  Go 5 blocks to East Houston Street and turn left to Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue) and turn right.  Continue one block to Bleecker Street and turn right.

      From the Manhattan Bridge

      Take Canal Street west to Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue) and turn right. Continue north to Bleecker Street and turn right.

      From the Brooklyn Bridge

      Take the F.D.R. Drive north to Houston Street exit.  Travel west on Houston Street to Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue) and turn right.  Continue one block to Bleecker Street and turn right.

      From the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel

      Stay right and exit at Trinity Place.  At the traffic light bear left onto Trinity Place.  Travel straight, the name changes to Church Street then Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue).  Continue on Avenue of the Americas until Bleecker Street and turn right.

      From the Holland Tunnel

      Take the first Uptown exit on right and turn right at the traffic light onto Hudson Street. Follow Hudson Street to King Street and turn right.  Take King Street to Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue) and turn left.  Continue until Bleecker Street then turn right.

      From the Lincoln Tunnel

      Go onto the Westside Highway southbound.  Turn left onto Clarkson Street.  Clarkson Street turns into Carmine Street at 7th Avenue.  Continue on Carmine Street to Bleecker Street and turn right.

      From the George Washington Bridge

      Take Route 9A Henry Hudson Parkway South, which turns into the Westside Highway.  Continue on the Westside Highway until Clarkson Street.  Turn left onto Clarkson Street.  Clarkson Street turns into Carmine Street at 7th Avenue.  Continue on Carmine Street to Bleecker Street and turn right.

      Convenient Parking…

      Parking is always free if you attend services at our Chapel and procession to the cemetery. Upon arrival, simply ask one of our staff for signage to attach to your windshields and we will attend to your vehicle until the services conclude.
      Should you attend and simply want a garage, we recommend.

      Thompson Street Garage (Map It)
      221 Thompson Street
      New York, NY 10012
      (212) 643-8631

      Although we don’t own a parking garage, Thompson Street Garage provides one of the closest parking services to our funeral home and has the most competitive rates. Located between West 3rd Street and Bleecker Street, it’s a short three blocks from our facility.

      Starting from the chapel, continue on Bleecker Street four blocks to LaGuardia Place and turn left. Go to the next corner (West 3rd Street) and turn left. Continue one block to Thompson Street and turn left. Thompson Street Garage is on your right side.

      Hotels and Lodging Accommodations…

      Luxury:

      Soho Grand
      310 West Broadway
      New York, NY 10013
      Tel. (212) 965-3000
      www.sohogrand.com

      The Mercer Hotel
      147 Mercer Street
      New York, NY 10012
      Tel. (212) 966 6060
      Toll Free (888) 918-6060
      reservations@mercerhotel.com
      www.mercerhotel.com

      Standard:

      The Jade Hotel- Greenwich Village
      52 West 13th Street
      New York, NY 10011
      Tel. (212) 375-1300
      www.thejadenyc.com

      The James – SoHo
      27 Grand Street
      New York, NY 10013
      Tel. (212) 465-2000
      nycconcierge@jameshotels.com
      www.jameshotels.com

      Economical:

      Washington Square Hotel
      103 Waverly Place
      New York, NY 10011
      Tel. (212) 777-9515
      Reservations (800) 222-0418
      www.washingtonsquarehotel.com

      Hampton Inn SoHo
      54 Watts Street
      New York, NY 10013
      Telephone: (212) 226-6288
      www.hamptoninn.hilton.com/soho

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