Bryant Park / 34th Street


Coordination for Super Bowl Boulevard

Stay informed on the street closures, parking regulations, and other operational changes that are needed to make Super Bowl Boulevard a success.

Angelito Jusay Photography

The city is going all out to make this cold-weather Super Bowl a success, and seeks cooperation from Midtown businesses and building owners. Super Bowl Boulevard will entail an event and construction embargo, as well as some temporary rule changes regarding deliveries, snow removal, sanitation, and emergency response.

If you own a business or a property in the area bordered by 34th Street, 48th Street, Sixth Avenue, and Eighth Avenue, these changes will affect you. To make sure you understand the procedures and regulations in place, download this Fact Sheet issued by the Office of the Mayor. It has all the information needed to ensure that Midtown operates smoothly during this exciting event. If you have issues during the affected dates, please call the Super Bowl Boulevard Operations Center at 212-784-1800, or contact 311. 

Bryant Park will also be the site of some exciting Super Bowl-related events, which we’ll discuss in detail next week in MidCity News. Here are some heads-ups for owners and operators on W. 40th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues.

  • The north side of West 40th Street is NOT available for parking or drop-offs from January 22nd through February 5th.
  • Double parking will NOT be allowed on West 40th Street at any time.
  • West 40th Street will have barricades, as needed, to ensure public safety in relation to day or night deliveries.
  • The Sixth Avenue Sidewalk may be closed off intermittently for night deliveries into the park.

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Make the most of the first cold-weather Super Bowl by joining in the city's many NFL-themed activities, including a virtual theater projected onto the Macy's facade, the largest-ever NFL retail shop, and interactive game stations.

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