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A new (indoor!) sound and light show will take over Union Square next month

could Blindness, a new Off Broadway show that will take over the Daryl Roth Theater in Union Square from April 2, will it be the future of the New York art scene for now? May be. The show directed by Walter Meierjohann, who staged a run in London last August, is an adaptation of the […]

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Launch of the Housing Lottery at 1 Union Square South in Union Square, Manhattan

The Affordable Housing Lottery was launched for 1 Union Square South, a 27-story mixed-use tower in Union Square, Manhattan. The Related-owned development was built in 1996 and produces 240 units. Available on NYC Housing Connect, 12 units for residents at 130% of area median income (AMI), whose eligible income ranges from $86,503 to $159,640. Amenities […]

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Call for peace: Hundreds hold vigil in Union Square to demand justice for Asian victims of hate crimes

A few hundred New Yorkers gathered in Union Square Friday night for a peace vigil to remember the lives of the eight victims who were fatally shot – including six Asian women – in Atlanta on March 16. A slew of elected officials and community organizers addressed the crowd at the vigil hosted by the […]

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NYC’s Union Square events focus on growth despite pandemic

Union Square Events, led by company president Tony Mastellone, planned to transform the pristine box into a commissary kitchen that would support the company’s growth and exemplify its corporate ideal of placing people, customers and employees, at the center of its work. When pandemic restrictions eradicated huge segments of its business, reducing its workforce to […]