As Broadway stretches north and west across Manhattan, it forms a series of squares beginning with Union Square at 14th Street.Union Square is noted as the site of the first Labor Day Parade in 1882. Over the years, it has also been the staging ground for historic rallies, demonstrations and gatherings.Today, the Union Square neighborhood is a thriving cultural, business and education hub. Throughout Manhattan and beyond, the vibrant community is celebrated for its top-notch restaurants, diverse retailers, excellent universities and hospitals and one of the city’s most popular parks.Union Square Park is home to the greenmarket, where more than 70 farmers bring fresh produce, baked goods and more every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. During the holiday season, the southern end of the Park becomes the Union Square Holiday Market.If you’ve got a laptop you can also benefit from a great park feature- bring your computer to Union Square and log onto the Internet through ... Read More
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