Photo by myself at 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue.
Believe it or not, above Houston Street there are a handful of streets that don't have numbers for names.
Vanderbilt Avenue is a tiny street that spans just a few blocks in Midtown. Grand Central Station, which was built by Cornelius Vanderbilt in the mid-1800s, is located at southmost end of the street.
Related posts: All Lit Up, on Fifth Avenue, In Neon, on Seventh Avenue, and After the Rain, in Midtown.