Henry Street Settlement opens doors of opportunity for Lower East Side residents and other New Yorkers through social services, arts, and health care programs.
The architecture of the buildings that house Henry Street’s programs is as rich in history as the Settlement itself. Spread throughout the Lower East Side of Manhattan, they act as both a guide to the growth and evolution of the social service reform movement, and as a timeline for American architecture. Of the 18 locations, four are recognized as significant historical landmark structures, and two have received awards for the Settlement’s preservation efforts.
Learn more about our buildings:
- 269 Henry Street »
- Henry Street Headquarters (263, 265 and 267 Henry Street) »
- Abrons Arts Center and Harry De Jur Playhouse (466 Grand Street) »
- 281 East Broadway »
- 301 Henry Street »
- Helen’s House »
- 40 Montgomery Street »
- 334, 351, 359 & 367 Madison Street »
- Workforce Development Center (now at 178 Broome Street) »
- Baruch and FDR Drive Buildings »
- East Third Street Buildings »
- 24 Avenue D and 888 East Sixth Street »