Sony Square NYC
In August 2016, Sony Square NYC opened with the mission to be a public space committed to showcasing the Sony Brand through innovations in electronics; providing behind-the-scenes looks at TV shows and movies; celebrating music artists and their fans; and bringing together the gaming community. Located at Sony’s New York City headquarters, there was no better place to experience the past, present, and future of our brand, than by walking into Sony Square NYC.
Nearly four years later, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Sony Square NYC—and the city we call home—has experienced unplanned, uncontrollable circumstances, and a period marred with unimaginable loss for so many people.
After closing temporarily in March, we've spent the last few months thinking about how to move forward. After much thought and reflection, we've made the immensely difficult decision to permanently close Sony Square NYC.
We believe the best way forward for Sony to share our brand story now is to enhance our social & digital engagement, while reducing our physical footprint. With tens of millions of Sony fans following us on social media & online, we look forward to engaging, creating immersive experiences and captivating the curiosity of our audience, as only Sony can.
We want to thank our entire staff, who are most certainly Sony's foremost brand ambassadors, and who worked every day to create amazing experiences for our visitors. We also want to thank all of the artists, photographers, filmmakers, animators, game designers, and creators who led photo walks, forums, conversations, meet & greets, performances, and more.
And lastly, our sincerest thanks to all of the Sony fans who came through our doors.
A Look Back
View some of our favorite installations.
Sony Music Experience
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse
Creator's Studio: Gaming
Jumanji: The Next Level
Women’s History Month
Browse through some of our most memorable photo walks.
Levitation with Erick Hercules
Street Dreams with Steve Irby
Reflections and Puddlegramming with Crissibeth Cooper
Long Exposure with Marco DeGennaro
Capturing the Greenwood Cemetery with Max Boncina
Winter Wonderland with Ira Block
Central Park with Mic-Anthony Hay