Luggage storage Javits Center

Store your luggage near Javits Center for just $4.90 per 24h/bag

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$1,000 insurance included
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Bags accepted: 37,139

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Storage points near Javits Center

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Where to store luggage near Javits Center?

Are you looking for secure luggage storage near Javits Center? We understand how much you enjoy getting around New York, so we want to make it as easy as possible for you!

Qeepl provides a practical and affordable solution for luggage storage near Javits Center. For $4.90 per 24h, you can store bag, suitcase, backpack or even jacket in one of our storage points in New York, including several places near Javits Center.

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Your New York visit is about to end but your B&B or hotel does not allow you to store your suitcases after check-out? No problem! We have instructions for the last day of the most fantastic holiday you have ever had! Use our website or download the Qeepl app and book a place at our luggage storage point near Javits Center to enjoy your day!

If you don't have time, don't worry about it! Our service is fast, safe, and reliable. If you want to know more about us, please feel free to contact us. Qeepl is an efficient luggage storage network all over the country, which can simplify your travel and life!

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Javits Center luggage storage 2022

 Javits Center luggage storage

You can store luggage in New York near the Javits Center using our luggage storage service. We specialize in providing safe baggage storage for short and long-term storage demands. You might need to store your valuables at a convenient location for a few hours or days; we give you the utmost peace of mind at affordable prices with our storage facility.

The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, commonly known as the Javits Center, is a conference center in NYC in the borough of Manhattan. Its plans are the work of American architects James Ingo Freed and Ieoh Ming Pei. The building, whose architecture was revolutionary in its construction date of 1986, was named to the memory of the senator of New York, Javits, who died that year. The total area of the center is 170,000m, of which 78,000m is available for exhibitions. The construction of a large conference center in the western part of Manhattan sparked much debate.

Where to Eat?

Here are some restaurants within walking distance of Javits Center.

  • PORCHLIGHT. This restaurant is the New York bar with a “southern accent”. They have innovative ideas and fun vibes. You can order your chocolate pudding, chili, bison burger, and smoked cheddar biscuits.

  • TAVOLA. Go to Tavola to enjoy the best traditional Italian pasta. They also have other varieties of pizza, fish, and salad.

  • TABATA RAMEN. If you are looking for ramen that will not take longer than 15-minutes to work from Javits Center, then you can get your noodle at Tabata Ramen. You can choose from their 13 variants of ramen and wasabi shumai.

Where to Go?

  • High Line Park. The sublime and artistic High Line is the perfect salve to add moody artificial light to Javits and a must-see for anyone visiting the West Side of Manhattan. Elevated train station rail lines start at the southern end of Javits, which has been transformed into a modern park so you can walk to the Whitney Museum in the Meatpacking District.

  • Intrepid Sea, air and space museum. The best space shuttle is the Enterprise, located at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum on Pier 86 (west 46th Street). Enjoy the 17 fascinating exhibit areas that reflect the history of the Enterprise and Space Shuttle eras through original artifacts, audio, movies, and photos.

  • You should also see Central Park, located in midtown Manhattan. It is the fifth-largest park in the area.

  • Other places you should see are the Pennsylvania station, theater district, and the Hudson River, amongst others.

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