Hamilton Older Adult Center

141 West 73rd Street, New York, NY 10023
Phone: 212-787-7710| Email: 
[email protected]



Hamilton Older Adult Center first opened in 1973 with funding from the Bureau of Purchased Social Services for Adults (BPSSA). In 2012, the New York City Department for the Aging (DFTA) offered senior center providers the opportunity to redesign their programs, which allowed Project FIND to align the community spaces within its Hamilton House and Hargrave residential spaces. As a result, the Hamilton Annex, which is located just two blocks from the Hamilton House, was established as a secondary programming site for the center.

In 2014, the Hamilton was designated as an Innovative Senior Center by DFTA. As an Innovative Senior Center, our capacity to provide unique, high-quality programs and activities to adults age 60+ throughout NYC was bolstered.

Our center has returned to providing freshly prepared meals to members on a first come, first served basis. These hot, nutritious meals may be eaten onsite or can be taken to go.  

To support older New Yorkers in living active, engaging, and independent lives within their communities, we continue to offer an array of online and in-person classes taught by certified instructors and other qualified professionals residing throughout NYC.


Daniel Young began working for the older adult population with Project FIND in 2015 at the Hamilton Older Adult Center. Starting with part time data entry and working his way up to become the Assistant Director and now Director of the Hamilton site, Daniel strives to continue serving the older adult community. He promotes an atmosphere of equality and respect among a diverse community that has lived lives worth celebrating. 

He holds a M.A. in International Relations from Seton Hall University and a B.A. in History from Montclair State University.