New York City

New York City

Prime Locations in the Big Apple


With over 27,000 people per square mile, New York has the highest population density of any major city in the United States* and offers the greatest opportunity for advertising exposure. Check out some of our high profile locations in Times Square, Madison Square Garden and the AMC Theatre District.

Please contact Lamar Advertising of New York City at (212) 644-6147 for pricing and availability.

Times Square Gateway

Location: 7th Avenue between 48th and 49th Street
Copy Size: 48'1" x 32'1"
Quick Facts:
  • Approximately 1500 Square Feet Prominently located at the gateway to Times Square
  • One block from NBC Studios, Radio City Music Hall and Rockefeller Center
  • This unit can accept custom electrical and 3D embellishments
  • 80% of tourists in New York visit Times Square


Madison Square Garden

Location: 8th Avenue @ 34th Street
Copy Size: 225' x 93'
Quick Facts:
  • Approximately 20,000 square feet of wall space available to paint
  • 50,000 watts of illumination Towers over Madison Square Garden and Penn Station
  • Located at one of New York's busiest intersections
  • Visible from over a half mile away
  • One of the largest Super Wallscapes in the world


AMC Theatre District

Location: 42nd Street between 7th & 8th Avenue
Copy Size: 67' x 90'
Quick Facts:
  • This is the largest creative face in the 42nd Street corridor
  • Faces the Port Authority Bus Terminal, the world's busiest bus terminal
  • Two of the country's largest grossing cinemas are located below the sign
  • This unit has a 7 ft. border of LED lights for customized coloring, motion or text
  • This unit can be customized with electrical and 3D embellishments


3 Times Square

Location: 7th Avenue @ 42nd Street
Copy Size: 47'2" x 126'2"
Quick Facts:
  • 6,000 square feet for your advertisement
  • Located across from the busiest subway station in NYC, as well as the New Amsterdam and New Victory Theaters
  • This unit can accept custom electrical and 3D embellishments

 

*Source: NYC Department of City Planning