The School of American Ballet is located in the Samuel B. and David Rose Building at the northwest corner of the Lincoln Center campus. (165 W. 65th Street between Amsterdam and Broadway). The building lobby is located one story above street level on a plaza which also contains the primary entrance to the Walter Reade Theater. The plaza may be accessed from an elevator, escalator or staircase located on the north side of W. 65th Street just east of Amsterdam. A parking garage directly underneath the building may be accessed from W. 65th Street or W. 66th Street.
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Directions to SAB
Whether coming by car or public transportation, please find resources for your travel plans below.
Take the #1 local train to 66th Street Station. Walk one block south to W. 65th Street. Walk west on the north side of W. 65th Street until arriving at Rose Building stair/escalator/elevator (just beyond the main entrance to The Juilliard School).Download a complete Subway Map
The M5, M7, M10, M11, M66 and M104 bus lines all stop within one block of Lincoln Center.
For additional bus and subway information and directions, call the Travel Information Bureau at 718-330-1234, 24 hours a day.Download a complete bus map
From points south of Lincoln Center (Lincoln Tunnel, 42nd Street between 8th and 9th Avenues):
Go west to 10th Avenue. Turn right and go straight (north) to 65th Street.
Turn right on 65th Street, entrance to Rose Building parking garage is on the left.
From points north of Lincoln Center (via Henry Hudson Parkway):
Going south on Henry Hudson Parkway, take exit for 79th Street (Boat Basin), then take the circle to 79th Street. Turn right on West End Avenue. Go South getting into the left-turn lane. Turn left on 65th Street. Cross Amsterdam continuing on 65th Street; entrance to Rose Building parking garage is on the left.
For parking, please visit lincolncenterparking.org to find options on campus and to reserve your spot in advance.