Street Fight Summit - Jan. 15-16, 2013 - at 82Mercer | Street Fight

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at 82Mercer

Street Fight is thrilled to bring our flagship Street Fight Summit back to 82Mercer in SoHo, the former home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Annex. Attendees receive a discount on rooms at the nearby Sheraton Tribeca.

PLEASE ENTER THE BUILDING AT 78 Mercer Street
between Spring and Broome

Click the map for directions to 82Mercer, hotels, parking and restaurants.

NEARBY HOTELS

Crosby Street Hotel 79 Crosby St. NY, NY 10012 212.246.6400 Website
James Hotel 27 Grand St. NY, NY 10013 212.465.2000 Website
Mondrian 9 Crosby St. NY, NY 10013 212.389.1000 Website
Sheraton TriBeCa 370 Canal St. NY, NY 10013 212.966.3200 Website
SoHo Grand Hotel 310 West Broadway NY NY 10013 212.965.3000 Website
Trump Hotel 246 Spring St. NY, NY 10013 212.842.5500 Website
The Mercer
147 Mercer St. NY, NY 10012 212.966.6060 Website
60 Thompson
60 Thompson St. NY, NY 10012 212.431.0400 Website
Holiday Inn SoHo 138 Lafayette Street. NY, NY 10013 212.966.8898 Website
Millennium Hilton
55 Church St. NY, NY 10007 212.693.2001 Website
Four Points by Sheraton
66 Charlton St. NY, NY 10014 212.229.9988 Website
Hampton Inn Manhattan
54 Watts St. NY, NY 10013 212.226.6288 Website



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