More than just your downtown fitness connection!

We are a vibrant community center grounded in the belief that contemporary Jewish sensibilities can be a source of inspiration, connection, and learning for the individuals and families we serve throughout downtown Manhattan. We focus on health and fitness, education and enrichment programs, and innovative arts and cultural programming.

We are committed to the development of the whole person and bettering people’s lives and strengthening individual and family connections by building an inclusive and sustainable community.

The 14th Street Y is part of Educational Alliance, which brings together and partners with diverse communities in Lower Manhattan, offering individuals and families high-quality, multi-generational programs and services that enhance their well-being and socioeconomic opportunities.

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Get Ready for Summer at the 14Y!

Member Registration | Tuesday, May 7
Open Registration | Tuesday, May 14


Check out all the amazing classes, workshops, and programs coming this summer to the 14th Street Y.


May 1 – August 31

The perfect way to get fit sooner, so you’re ready for summer!

Join Now!

Enjoy all the perks for a full 14Y membership at a reduced rate. 



#NASTYWOMEN – A Night of Female Resistance Comedy
Monday, May 20 | 7:30 PM


Featuring Becca Blackwell, Emmy Blotnick, Brittany Carney, Tessa Skara, and our intrepid host Amanda Duarte!
Free haiku by Ars Poetica


The Season of Jewish Culture
April 28 – June 8

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Now through June, the 2019 season includes nearly 20 performances and events, making Jewish culture accessible and meaningful to all! 



Old Turtle and the Broken Truth // TYA
May 4 – 19


A truth falls like a star from the sky and breaks into two pieces and causes so many problems that Little One, a brave young girl, decides to search for the missing half, with the help of Old Turtle and other animal friends!



FRIENDLY’S FIRE // theater
May 3 – 19


Friendly’s Fire shows us what lengths a man will go to preserve his friend’s sanity, and to remember his brother, who died in service to our county.