34th Street


Vintage Street Signs from 34th Street District

Iconic wayfinding signs now available for sale at the Bryant Park Shop.

We recently added three varieties of vintage signs to the array of items for sale at the Bryant Park ShopVintage Street Signs, Wayfinding Signs, and Subway Signs, previously in use in the 34th Street District, have been re-commissioned as decorative pieces for your home.

These authentic pieces were custom-designed by our award-wining design team. They marked district intersections, like 34th Street and Broadway; pointed visitors in the direction of attractions like the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, or Macy’s; and signaled the location of subway entrances.

Contact bpshop@urbanmgt.com for more information on available signs, and the option to select specific building numbers for the top of Street Signs.

It is easy to shop online. Just select your items, proceed to checkout, and pay with PayPal using a major debit or credit card. If you live outside the U.S., proceed with international shipping powered by Bongo.

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