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Herald Square Manhattan, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

The intersection of Sixth Avenue better known as Avenue of the Americas, 34th Street, and Broadway forms the Herald Square neighborhood located in the Manhattan borough of New York City. Its name derives from the name of an old newspaper that no longer existed but at that time had its headquarters there, giving, in turn, the same name to the surrounding area. The intersection has the typical square bow tie shape like most intersections in Manhattan City, which is divided into two sections, the top to the north called Herald Square, and the middle to the south called Greeley Square.

Between West 35th Street and West 34th Street, this neighborhood is the northern end of the plaza, in which the old New York Herald Building located. In 1895 the sculptor Antonin Jean Carles built the mechanical structures of a huge mechanical clock representing the square. There is also a monument named Monument James Gordon Bennett which is the figure of Minerva, the Goddess of Wisdom, and in front of a bell accompanied by two bell towers, are their characteristic owls. This bell was designed precisely to ring at the hour.

The character of the area changed dramatically when a New York City Department of Transportation project was introduced to increase pedestrian space between 42nd and 35th Streets in the Broadway segment, doubling the space of Herald and Greeley Squares.  The plaza space was recently filled with umbrellas, tables, chairs, and even free public programs such as dance classes, exercise lessons, and chess tables.

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