1896-1904: 57 West 57th St.

1905: the main school was still at 57 West 57th; there were also studios maintained at 76 West 55th and in Brooklyn at 49 Court St.

1906: 2237-2239 Broadway, corner of 80th Street.

1909: 2237 Broadway. (At some point in the teens, the address became 2239 Broadway.)

Throughout this period there were summer courses offered in a variety of places, including Bayport and Belle Terre, Long Island; Chester, Massachusetts; and Booth Bay, Maine.

In 1921, the Paris school was established at 9 Place des Vosges.

1939-1954: 136 East 57th Street.

1954-1972: 410 East 54th Street (at some point during this era there were also other studio locations maintained in midtown, and one in Queens).

1972: 66 5th Avenue, 2 West 13th Street

1970s-1990s Expansion to other sites downtown, including 25 East 13th Street.

1977: Parsons School of Fashion in Midtown opens at 560 7th Avenue, at 40th Street. (For a time, non-fashion continuing education courses were also held here.)

2014: University Center opens at 63 5th Avenue

2014: Midtown Fashion Center closes, moves downtown.