In the early 1800s, upscale townhouses and local theaters thrived in the area surrounding Union Square. In the 1850s and ... More
In the early 1800s, upscale townhouses and local theaters thrived in the area surrounding Union Square. In the 1850s and 1860s, factories and offices replaced the residences, and unionists and abolitionists held massive rallies here. In the 1920s, labor activists gathered, protested and rioted. As recent as the late 1980s and early 1990s, urban decay tainted the Square and its surrounding areas. But today, a lovely park is the centerpiece of a chic neighborhood brimming with restaurants, upscale shops, and retail giants. The Union Square Greenmarket takes place here.
Union Square is a collection of the best's. You take a look and visit by your own to see why it's one of the most expensive, sophisticated, energetic and beautiful shopping centers of the United States...
After its original opening in 1909, the Hammerstein Ballroom has gone through many renovations during its nearly 100 years of
operation. Located inside the Manhattan Center Studios, the ballroom now serves as a venue for theatrical performances and concerts. ...
The Marcel is an intimate boutique hotel located in the Gramercy Park area and within walking distance to many of
the famous New York City sites such as Macy's, Madison Square Park, and Union Square. Hotel amenities include the ...
This plain but comfortable and economic hotel is close to Penn Station , putting it only steps away from a
number of subway lines and public buses. It is also within walking distance of the Empire State Building , ...
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