New York


The Big Apple. The City That Never Sleeps. New York City. Branded Cities’ collection of dynamic digital and static signage represents the most premier and iconic Out-of-Home inventory in Manhattan and its connected arteries. From the bright lights of Times Square to key landmarks like Bryant Park, Madison Square Garden, the Port Authority and the Lincoln Tunnel, Branded Cities’ NYC inventory is the ideal showcase for your brand.

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Faces in NYC

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Midtown Financial


Standing at 22 stories tall, the Midtown Financial consists of 2 high definition LED screens and state-of-the-art technology capable of full-motion video, simulcast events, mobile interactivity, social media integration and much more. It shows prominently to the hundreds of thousands of vehicles and pedestrians that make their way through Times Square each day. In addition, this iconic display lies directly adjacent to 7 Times Square, home of the famous New Year’s Eve Ball.

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NASDAQ Tower


This iconic LED display stands over seven stories tall and commands the attention of the bustling vehicular and pedestrian traffic throughout Times Square. Capable of full-motion video, live simulcasted events, interactive engagement and social media feeds, this is one of the most powerful digital displays Times Square. NASDAQ Market Site receives worldwide coverage for opening and closing bell ceremonies when US markets are open as well as the New Year’s Eve ball drop ceremony.

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7 Times Square


This iconic unit is positioned at the most prominent focal point in all of Times Square. Directly above and in sight of the famous New Year’s Eve Ball, this unit not only shows to the millions of people that pack Times Square on December 31st, but also receives worldwide television coverage reaching over one billion people. This digital display is the perfect branding opportunity to command the attention of the millions of tourists year-round as they set their sights and cameras towards one of the most highly photographed icons in all of Times Square. Additionally, this unit can be seen as far as Central Park South, increasing a brand’s visibility.

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Broadway Plaza Digital


Located above one of Times Square’s main pedestrian plazas, the Broadway Plaza Digital’s full-motion screen is capable of targeting a mix of high-income consumers visiting neighboring Nasdaq and business professionals who come to the area for the gourmet food stands and people watching. As a result of visitors coming to the area to interact with the street performances that occur directly below the Broadway Plaza Digital sign, brands will enjoy the added benefit of some of the longest dwell times in Out of Home advertising.

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Midtown Mosaic


Over 8,800 square feet of digital signage welcomes commuters and visitors alike to the Crossroads of the World in midtown Manhattan. Located on 42nd Street, these five digital signs target both eastbound and westbound traffic on Manhattan’s 42nd Street, one of the main commuting corridors in the city, linking Grand Central to the Port Authority.

This digital network of high-impact signs stands at one of the entrances to Manhattan’s busiest subway station, Times Square/42nd Street, which services the 1, 2, 3, 7, S, N, Q, R, W, A, C and E trains. In the immediate area, these digital signs are located steps from two of Broadway’s highest grossing plays, Harry Potter & The Cursed Child and Disney’s Aladdin, as well two of America’s highest grossing movie theaters, AMC Empire 25 and Regal 42nd Street.

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Bryant Park Digital


Situated in Midtown Manhattan, across from the Bank of America Tower, this digital display is a major focal point on 42nd Street’s highly trafficked commuter corridor, linking Grand Central to the Port Authority. A half block west of Bryant Park, this spectacular is the only large format full-motion digital east of Times Square and is mere steps from Tourneau, Pandora, Equinox, SoulCycle and Whole Foods Market.

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Midtown West Digital


Located at the busy intersection of 42nd Street and 8th Avenue in midtown Manhattan, the Midtown West Digitals comprise a two-screen network, each angled to oncoming traffic, maximizing viewability and impressions. Positioned directly across from the Port Authority Terminal, the Midtown West Digitals will be at the start and end point of over 225,000 commuters’ daily travels into and out of Manhattan. Points of interest and businesses in the immediate area include the New York Times Building, Ernst & Young, Nasdaq, Thomson Reuters, the Bank of America Building, and Bryant Park. Additionally, the Midtown West Digitals are capable of targeting key retail along the 42nd Street Commuter Corridor, which links Grand Central Terminal to the Port Authority Terminal.

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Port Authority Digital Spectacular


Situated in Midtown Manhattan at the Port Authority Bus Terminal, this digital display is a major focal point for northbound traffic on the 8th Avenue commuter corridor. At over 1,000 square feet this large-format, full-motion digital spectacular will provide long reads up 8th Avenue, from as far back as Madison Square Garden and Moynihan Train Hall at Penn Station.

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The Landmark


Located at the busy intersection of 42nd Street and 8th Avenue in midtown Manhattan, The Landmark is a flagship static spectacular that wraps the northeast corner of the Port Authority Midtown Bus Terminal, the United State’s busiest terminal. The Landmark will be at the start and end point of over 225,000 commuters’ daily travels into and out of Manhattan. Points of interest and businesses in the immediate area include the New York Times Building, Ernst & Young, Nasdaq, the Bank of America Building, and Bryant Park. Additionally, The Landmark is capable of targeting key retail along the 42nd Street Commuter Corridor, which links Grand Central Terminal to the Port Authority Terminal.

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Lincoln Tunnel


The Lincoln Tunnel, located in the #1 DMA in the United States, is the busiest vehicle tunnel in the nation. This Branded Cities’ digital display is centered at the most visible point of the inbound and outbound helix, making it the highest rated digital board on a per spot basis in the entire NY DMA. The Lincoln Tunnel is the most significant connection to Manhattan from major New Jersey roadways including I-95, I-495, I-80, Route 3 and Route 17. It is also the major access point to Midtown Manhattan from Newark International Airport, the New Jersey Meadowlands and MetLife Stadium (home of the NFL New York Giants and Jets).

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The Knick


This massive, illuminated wallscape lies only one block away from the iconic New Year’s Eve Ball at 1 Times Square. Prominent views range from 42nd St. and Broadway, 42nd St. and 7th Ave., as well as 43rd St. and 7th Ave. Targeting traffic heading toward Bryant Park and Grand Central Station, this unit stands alone as the only large-format presence east of Times Square.

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Midtown East Spectacular


The Midtown East spectacular is located on busy 3rd Avenue at 50th Street, between the Queensborough Bridge and the Queens-Midtown Tunnel. In the heart of Midtown Manhattan, just north of the famed Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse, this area is in high demand due to the lack of other large-format Out-of-Home opportunities nearby.

Within close proximity to this spectacular are well-known points of interest like, Grand Central, Bloomingdales, the MoMa and Rockefeller Center, to name a few.

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SoHo Grand


This iconic three-panel spectacular is situated in the heart of SoHo, one of Manhattan’s premier hip and trendy neighborhoods. Located on the corner of West Broadway and Grand Street, Branded Cities’ SoHo Grand is at the epicenter of a neighborhood known for its high end boutiques, art galleries and living spaces.

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The Bronx Twins


This expressway bulletin on the heavily-traveled Major Deegan Expressway lies less than a mile away from Yankee Stadium between exits 4 & 5. Not only does this roadway experience heavy daily traffic during morning and evening rush hours for commuters making their way north to the George Washington Bridge (I-95), but also experiences extremely high volumes of bumper-to-bumper traffic on Yankee gamedays. This location is situated at the Bronx Terminal Market; a major shopping destination with nearly a million square feet of retail space and home to over a dozen big-box retailers.

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