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Travel Directions


The Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center is located at 455 First Avenue at the corner of 27th street. Below are directions for getting to ADARC and links to useful maps.

By Car


The FDR Drive can be exited at 23rd street.

Map quest

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By Bus


Take M15 to 28th street on first avenue or second avenue and take M16 to 28th street on second avenue.

By Subway


Take the Lexington Avenue Local (No. 6) to the 28th Street and Lexington Avenue Station and walk east to the first avenue.

By Plane


From La Guardia, Kennedy, or Newark Airport, take the airport shuttle bus to Grand Central Station and from there, take the Lexington Avenue subway (No. 6) downtown to 28th Street Station and walk east to first avenue.

Metropolitan Transportation Authority

New Jersey Transit

Amtrak

Path Train

Note: The Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center is a basic research institute, not a clinic or treatment center. Please call in to make an appointment before coming in.