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ICE Moves to Lower Manhattan

By: Institute of Culinary Education
May 28, 2015

New York City’s oldest culinary school is now its newest. In May 2015, ICE relocated from our longtime home in the Flatiron district to 225 Liberty Street in Brookfield Place. Our new Lower Manhattan location extends across 74,000 square feet, with Hudson River views to the west and World Trade Center views to the east.

ICE moves to Brookfield Place in Lower Manhattan.

This move, coinciding with ICE’s 40th anniversary, is the exciting next chapter in a long history that parallels the growth of culinary culture in New York. This will mark the third significant move since the school’s inception in founder Peter Kump’s apartment in 1975, following a first relocation to a three story walk-up on East 92nd Street and the move to our former 23rd Street facility in 1999.

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