Union Square is named after its central location at the “union” of two historic thoroughfares: Bloomingdale Road (now Broadway) and Bowery Road (now Fourth Avenue). Union Square opened in 1839 and was redesigned in 1871 by landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux (the co-designers of Central Park) as a public forum. The six-acre square is one of the city’s busiest areas: a bustling commercial, residential, and cultural hub, and a center for political and labor demonstrations. The park is also the setting for the Union Square Greenmarket, the largest farmers market in the city, and the annual holiday market. The park plaza flows into the surrounding cobblestone streets, a blend of upscale retail stores, fashion boutiques, haute restaurants, and trendy bars.
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