Five years ago NAS moved from Princeton to New York City—a move that put us in the heart of the media capital and closer to partner organizations, donors, members, and other friends of NAS.  Now our lease is up and it’s time to move again. We’re just a few blocks further north at 5th Avenue and 46th Street.

Here is our new address:
National Association of Scholars
12 E. 46th Street, 6th Floor
​New York, NY 10017

Our phone number remains the same: (917) 551-6770.

NAS has added new staff members and outgrown our old office. Our new space will give us more room to grow, while keeping us close to the center of activity in Manhattan. We remain within walking distance of Penn Station, Port Authority, and Grand Central Station.

Mark your address books, and stop by sometime for a visit. 

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