Pavilions at Columbus and Union SquareParks:
Same Community Needs, Different Outcome? A slideshow comparing the
newly-renovated pavilion in Columbus Park (located in Manhattan's
Chinatown) and the proposed restaurant use in Union Square's pavilion.
Presented and created by Geoffrey Croft, the slideshow demonstrates the
in use between Manhattan's two remaining historic pavilions: Columbus
Park was lovingly restored as a community center while Union
Square's pavilion is being eyed for commercial restaurant use.
Mural of Union Square looking north by Isabel Bishop (1932)
COMING SOON! An extraordinary visual history of Union Square's last 175
Square: A mixture of Chelsea, Liverpool, and Paris."
— Robert Louis Stevenson (1887)