Bryant Park | Press Coverage

Press coverage of Bryant Park

Media coverage of Bryant Park has included feature articles and highlights in The New York Times, The New York Post, The Boston Globe, New York Magazine, Crain's, The New York Observer, The Washington Post and many others. Regional coverage has also been extensive on radio, television, and the Internet.

BPC maintains a large archive of these files, and this list is just a sample of the press we have received recently.

Project of the Year: 7 Bryant Park
Engineering News Record, October 6, 2016
Office tower uses innovative design and construction elements to create a unique identity for owners and tenants in a prized Manhattan location
How Bryant Park Goes From Grassy Lawn to Magical 'Winter Village'
New York Daily News, November 13, 2015
Each year it takes a lot of effort, manpower and coordination to transform Bryant Park's lawn into a skating rink.
Review: 'The Taming of the Shrew' Is Given a Self-Reliant Update
New York Times, September 8, 2015
The New York Times gave a glowing review to Bryant Park Shakespeare's 'The Taming of the Shrew.'
Stop and Hear the Poetry: Spoken Words Beckon to Bustling New York City
The Guardian, August 14, 2015
Bryant Park's Reading Room produces a variety of literary themed events, free to the public, throughout the summer.
At Bryant Park, a Free Modern Dance Festival
The New York Times, June 24, 2015
Bryant Park Presents Modern Dance returns for a second year in Midtown.
New York inspires Sidney's Open-Air Library
Times Colonist, June 2, 2015
Beacon Park in Sidney, Australia looks into creating an open air Reading Room modeled after Bryant Park.
Shakespeare with a New York accent moves into Bryant Park
Metro NY, May 26, 2015
The Drilling Company opens a new season of Shakespeare at Bryant Park, after losing their original parking lot theatre last year.
NYC's holiday magic brought to you by Westchester
USA Today, December 13, 2014
Another huge holiday draw in midtown is the totally refurbished and decked out Bryant Park, where Dan Biederman of Chappaqua is in charge, as president of the Bryant Park Corporation.
Green from Green: Public Parks Increase CRE Value
National Real Estate Investor, October 22, 2014
Bryant Park is cited as one of many parks around the nation increasing property values and improving quality of life.
Video: Crafty Men Unwind With Knitting
Wall Street Journal, August 25, 2014
Knitting in Bryant Park welcomes all levels of knitters, from beginning to expert, for a free knitting program in the park. Over 70 participants, including many men, knit together each week to produce blankets for charity.
Frayser Town Center Would be Based on Manhattan Park
Memphis Daily News, July 29, 2014
A plan to revitalize an area in Frayser Town Center of Memphis is to be built using the model of Bryant Park’s successes.
What Toronto can learn from a park in New York
Toronto Star, July 3, 2014
A full day of cultural activities and people watching prompts the author to propose that Toronto take note of Bryant Park's successes in its own parks.
Free events multiply in NY neighborhoods
Crain's, June 30, 2014
Bryant Park is cited as being at the forefront of parks and neighborhoods offering a wide variety of free events to the public.
Learn to fish in New York City: Fly fishing lessons offered in Bryant Park, Central Park
amNY, June 25, 2014
Bryant Park offers free fly fishing classes to the public right in the middle of Midtown Manhattan.
Junior Hockey Players Face Their NHL Heroes at Bryant Park
DNAinfo, January 22, 2014
Junior hockey players took to the Bryant Park rink to play a game with retired Rangers and Devils players. The event was a precursor to the first hockey game to be played at Yankee Stadium.
Whole Foods, others mull space near Bryant Park
Crain's, October 14, 2013
Whole Foods becomes the most recent of many commercial newcomers to the rapidly developing neighborhood around Bryant Park.
Grab Your Partner. Do-Si-What? In the Middle of Manhattan?
The New York Times, September 19, 2013
Bryant Park held its First Annual Square Dance, inviting the public to the park to do-si-do on the park’s lawn.
How "A Drive-In Movie, Except No Cars" Came to Your City
Time, August 20, 2013
Bryant Park is lauded as the first to hold free, outdoor movie screenings for the public. These screenings have now become popular in cities all around the world.
Showing Off the Accordion's Hip Side
The New York Times, June 26, 2013
The Accordions Around the World series in Bryant Park invites multiple accordionists to the park each week to show off their talent. The series will close out the season with a large accordion celebration featuring 75 accordionists in the park at once.
Bryant Park Juggling Offers Catharsis During Lunch Break
DNAinfo, June 23, 2013
Bryant Park's juggling program provides children, businessmen, tourists, and teens alike with free juggling classes and demonstrations each day in the park.
Bryant Park Partners With Popularise For Their First Project In NYC
ULI New York Blog, June 19, 2013
Bryant Park Corporation elects to be the first New York partner for crowdsourcing platform Popularise. The project will allow the public to suggest and vote on new ideas to bring in to the park.
All Tied Up in Bryant Park
Wall Street Journal, June 12, 2013
High-wire artist Philippe Petit visited the Bryant Park Reading Room to show off his famous knots and to discuss his book, "Why Knot? How to Tie More Than Sixty Ingenious, Useful, Beautiful, Lifesaving, and Secure Knots."
Eubie Blake Protégé at Piano in Bryant Park
The Epoch Times, May 6, 2013
Bryant Park welcomed acclaimed pianist Terry Waldo as the opener to the 2013 season of Piano in Bryant Park.
Bryant Park to Broadway: A 'Boulevard 41' Is Proposed
The New York Times, March 27, 2013
Proposed as a part of the seasonal Street Seats program, the Boulevard 41 proposal that aims to revamp 41st Street in Midtown is fully supported by Dan Biederman, Bryant Park Corporation's President.
A Wave of Public Art for New York City
The New York Times, March 7, 2013
Bryant Park welcomes a new public art project by Tony Smith entitled "One-Two-Three."
Bryant Park Lawn Frozen for Free Ice Rink
DNAinfo, October 26, 2012
Bryant Park’s lush, green sod is removed to make way for the annual free-admission ice skating rink.
Bryant Park Office Rents Outperform the Rest of Midtown
New York Times, October 2, 2012
Since the park's renovation in the 1990s, Bryant Park's neighborhood has become one of the most in-demand markets for office space in New York City. A study conducted by Jones Lang LaSalle claimed that the "park itself is the nucleus of this submarket" and found that commercial real estate has soared as a result in recent years.
Study: Parks Make Valuable Neighbors
Real Estate Weekly, September 5, 2012
Bryant Park took the top spot in a new study from CBRE that determined property value increases for buildings that border five of the city's major parks.
Parks Elevate Office Rents
The Wall Street Journal, August 28, 2012
Bryant Park, once a haven for drug dealers and drifters, gave one of the biggest boosts to office rents, according to the CBRE study, which found that asking rents for buildings by that park were 63% higher than comparable Midtown properties.
Rescued Exotic Birds Delight Children at Bryant Park
The Epoch Times, August 22, 2012
Every Tuesday, from May to September, the sanctuary brings a different set of birds to Bryant Park to interact with people for free - a chance for people to see the exotic feathered creatures.
Painting Bryant Park, While Adding to Its Charm
The New York Times, August 10, 2012
Bryant Park's pristine lawn, lush hydrangeas and movable bistro tables have been well documented in photographs and videos, but not so much in paint. This summer, to correct that situation, the Bryant Park Management Corporation, which operates the park, chose four artists to be painters in residence...
Fully Booked at the Park
The Wall Street Journal, July 1, 2012
New York City's Bryant Park installs 42 electrical outlets for its visitors
New York Daily News, April 12, 2012
Now you can relax and recharge your laptops at the same time
Inside the transformation of Bryant Park
New York Daily News, February 23, 2012
When flying over New York City in the dark of night, look down. Two areas shine with white light.
Kids Learn About Healthy Eating in Bryant Park
DNAInfo, January 23, 2012
Snowfall in Bryant Park turned a celebration of healthy eating into an arctic adventure this past weekend.
Ugly Sweaters Battle it Out in Bryant Park
DNAInfo, December 22, 2011
Ugly holiday sweaters came out of the closet Wednesday night, squaring off in a competition that would have made grandmothers proud.
Bryant Park Ice Skating Rink Opens Ahead Of Wintry Weekend
The Midtown Gazette, October 31, 2011
The Bryant Park ice skating rink, Citi Pond, opened on Friday, October 28, with hundreds of New Yorkers and tourists lining up for opening day of its seventh annual season.
2,753 empty chairs mark loss of 9/11 victims in haunting Bryant Park memorial
New York Daily News, September 11, 2011
A sea of empty seats, 2,753 in all, flooded the lawn of Bryant Park in waves of loss Sunday. A poignant exhibition featured one vacant folding chair for each person who died at the World Trade Center ten years ago.
Hold On to Your Brie: A Movie-Night Ritual That Starts in a Sprint
New York Times, August 14, 2011
Just before showtime, however, any tensions are released when the audience jumps up and starts hopping and clapping to HBO's traditional theme music, as a promo appears on screen. It is a one-minute boogie whose origins are unclear but that has gone on for at least a decade.
Bryant Park's lost items always returned by eagle-eyed guards on security patrol
New York Daily News, August 3, 2011
The veteran guards pace the park behind the New York Public Library with an eye for items left behind by absent-minded guests - laptops, cell phones, shopping bags, purses.
Foursquare Exec Checks In at Bryant Park for Summer Breakfast Series
DNAinfo, June 28, 2011
Dozens of Midtown tech-lovers checked in to Bryant Park Tuesday morning to check out Foursquare, the location-based social networking platform, which officially surpassed 10 million users last week.
Director Milos Forman Opens Bryant Park Summer Movie Festival
DNAinfo, June 21, 2011
It takes a lot to improve a summer's evening relaxing in front of a movie in Bryant Park. But, at Monday night's screening of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," an appearance by the film's Oscar-winning director, Milos Forman, added an extra treat.
A Touch of France in Bryant Park
The Wall Street Journal, June 1, 2011
Three thousand miles from home, Martial Raissiguier stumbled across the familiar feel of the south of France in the northwest corner of Bryant Park.
A Wild Time in New York City: Migratory birds drawn to city's green spots
The Epoch Times, April 25, 2011
The city's birders flock to the larger tracts of wild habitat like Central Park, Prospect Park, or Jamaica Bay in Queens, but Willow said even in Midtown Manhattan, on the small strip of green known as Bryant Park, a wealth of bird species can be found.
Bushwick's Maria Hernandez Park Getting Bryant Park-like Makeover
New York Daily News, April 4, 2011
Bryant Park Corp. President Daniel Biederman said the rehabilitation of Maria Hernandez Park in Bushwick, Brooklyn, will continue apace, using many of the same techniques that have made Bryant Park one of the most popular urban landscapes in the country.
Bryant Park's New Electrical Station to End Need for Noisy Generators
DNAinfo, March 2, 2011
The Bryant Park Corporation is in the process of securing permission to build a new on-site electrical station that would eliminate the need for renting generator trailers and running wires across walkways to power the park's annual winter ice skating rink and numerous other events.
Inside Art: Brightening the Outdoors
New York Times, January 27, 2011
Two glass kiosks that served as pop-up holiday shops near the ice skaters in Bryant Park might have been dismantled, but instead they have been retrofitted into miniature art galleries.
Bryant Park Corp & 34th Street Partnership Support Park Landscaping & Maintenance
Broadway World, December 21, 2010
New York City Department of Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe, NYRP Executive Director Amy Freitag, and President of the Bryant Park Corporation and 34th Street Partnership Dan Biederman, were joined by Borough President Marty Markowitz and Council Member Diana Reyna at the park to present the holiday gift of 74 trees to the residents and community of Bushwick.
Breaking Points: For some city workers, lunch hour is not just for eating
New York Post, November 21, 2010
Every day when noon rolls around, the 38-year-old Queens resident sheds his academic adviser cap at Berkeley College and escapes to the southeast corner of Bryant Park to juggle.
The Eternal Spring Tai Chi Program at Bryant Park, New York
Examiner, October 27, 2010
In 2004, Tai Chi Chuan Center started to offer free classes in Bryant Park on every Tuesday and Thursday from the beginning of May through the end of September.
Bryant Park one of US's 'Great Spaces'
Metro, October 13, 2010
Bryant Park was named as one of the 10 best "Great Public Spaces" in the nation yesterday by the American Planning Association.
Pigeon Poop And Other Misadventures of Funny Writers in Bryant Park
New York Observer, July 22, 2010
Laughs abounded and pigeons circled overhead as the four authors read selections from their books and answered questions as part of the FUNny Writers panel at the Bryant Park reading room.
French Game Draws Melange To New York City Park
NPR, July 21, 2010
In Bryant Park, only a block from Times Square, there is a little corner where people play petanque...
Latinos make a pitch for French-game pétanque
New York Daily News, July 14, 2010
On a hot afternoon last week, the petanque courts on the northwest corner of Bryant Park were all hushed concentration...
Where Is the Best Throne in New York?
New York Times Blog, July 2, 2010
The public bathroom in Bryant Park could be voted best bathroom in the country.
Tulip-Shaped Trash Cans Arrive in Bryant Park
DNAinfo, June 30, 2010
Bryant Park will soon have more than a hundred trash bins in "botanical-themed" colors and shapes.
Own a piece of the park
Crain's, June 21, 2010
Bryant Park's business improvement district tries some creative fundraising
Artist Struts Her Stuff in Others' Shoes
New York Times, May 11, 2010
Thousands of birds, like the hermit thrush, make a pit stop at NYC parks during spring migration
New York Daily News, May 1, 2010
Earlier this week, naturalist and educator Gabriel Willow spotted one of his favorite birds, an American woodcock, as it hunkered down on vegetation near the Mid-Manhattan Library in Bryant Park. But the next day, the shorebird was gone.
High BIDs
Worldmag, April 24, 2010
The Bryant Park Corporation is one of the best-known and most successful business improvement districts (BIDs), in which a private entity takes over the management of a public space. Biederman took over Bryant Park in 1986, crowding out drug dealers and bringing in movies and restaurants and Broadway music and ice skating to make it one of the biggest and most successful BID ventures.
Sunday in the Park, Feeling Nature's Call
New York Times, April 16, 2010
...None can compare to the grace, the elegance, the downright untoiletness of the public restroom in Bryant Park. Your first hint is the enormous arrangement of fresh flowers...
Saying Goodbye to Bryant Park Christmas Tree, Decades After Climbing It
New York Times City Room, January 7, 2010
A woman who knew the tree as a yearling returns to see it decades later as the Christmas Tree in Bryant Park.
Holiday on ice: A week's worth of fun, indoors & out
New York Post, December 26, 2009
Work off some of that figgy pudding at The Pond at Bryant Park. Not only is the skating free, the surroundings are glorious.
Ice, Served Two Ways: Plain or Glamorous
New York Times, December 24, 2009
The setting - in one of the city's prettiest parks, between the Grace Building to the north and the old American Radiator Building to the south - is so inherently glamorous that when the Zamboni comes out, accompanied by the lush strains of "You Go to My Head," it feels as though a star has graced the adoring crowd with yet one more curtain call.
A Place Is Better Than a Plan
City Journal, October 19, 2009
Revitalizing urban areas (such as Bryant Park) is best done through small improvements, not grand designs.
Bryant Park offers reading material: Books, magazines available in Manhattan green space
The Baltimore Sun, September 13, 2009
You can picnic in a park, walk in a park or sleep in a park. You can also read in a park, but it is the rare park that provides the reading material for you. One that does is Bryant Park, a little gem of green space in the heart of Manhattan where the skyscrapers provide shade.
In Praise of Bryant Park: The joys of New York's most idyllic public space
Patrol Magazine, July 7, 2009
Perfectly proportioned to give the passing pedestrian or lunching office drone a substantial drink of nature without being large enough to significantly obstruct traffic patterns, Bryant Park works beautifully with the pace of urban life.
Table Tennis in Bryant Park
wnyc, June 10, 2009
Table tennis anyone? That's a question that can now be heard in Bryant Park, where two ping pong tables have been permanently set up.
Young Poets Show a Love and Gift for Language At Poem In Your Pocket Day
New York Sun, April 30, 2009
The Bryant Park Reading Room welcomed many creative students to share poems on the seventh annual citywide Poem in Your Pocket Day
New York Post, April 25, 2009
The New York Post lists Bryant Park as one of the best places in the city to catch some solar rays.
NYC Fashion Week to move from Bryant Park to Lincoln Center, away from Garment District
USA Today, February 3, 2009
Every year during New York Fashion Week, designers can be seen wheeling racks of clothes in their new collections to the tents at Bryant Park, just blocks from their studios in the garment district.
Bryant Park: A Stunning Urban Garden
Gardening Gone Wild, November 22, 2008
What makes Bryant Park such a jewel is that it feels like a Parisian park transported smack in the middle of traffic jammed, gritty NYC.
NYC Central Park's rival steals the scene
eTurboNews - Global Travel Industry News, October 2, 2008
This is now the talk of the town--a green park right at the heart of midtown Manhattan. Bryant Park, an 8-acre, urban park surrounded by numerous high-rise office towers, retail stores and the New York Public Library, is the latest flavor of the island of Manhattan.
Weekend in New York | Bryant Park
Splendor on the Grass (and Near It)
New York Times, September 7, 2008
Bryant Park has come far since it was rescued from urban decay in the 1980s. There's the vast green lawn, the shade of London plane trees, plentiful green chairs and tables you can move as you'd like (try that in the '80s), an outdoor Reading Room, a carousel playing French music and the Manhattan equivalent of a Saharan oasis: public bathrooms so clean and attractive that you'll think they must be a mirage.
Bryant Park Movie Series Perseveres
New York Sun, June 23, 2008
… one outdoor movie series is different than all the others. The Bryant Park Summer Film Festival doesn't take people away from the skyscrapers, but instead lures them into the heart of Midtown, into a park that is encased within the steel and glass of the surrounding real estate. It is, perhaps, the most striking park space in all the city.
Bryant Park Braces for a Tidal Wave of Traffic
New York Times, June 5, 2008
Bryant Park in Midtown may soon confront a fate that only Yogi Berra could have described: It will be so crowded, nobody will go there anymore. Will it all be overrun when the hordes descend? "We don't envision that we'll be in a Yogi Berra situation," Mr. Biederman said.
A passerby's journal of a busy year in Manhattan's Bryant Park
The Herald Tribune, February 28, 2008
In the course of each year, the broad Bryant Park lawn gets remade over and over - from springtime garden and summer theater venue to autumn capital of fashion runways and twinkling winter holiday village. The turf itself, as long as a football field and framed by London plane-tree walkways, gets dug up and replanted from scratch twice a year. It's a changing stage for a cast of thousands, including regular passersby like me.
Free Ice-Skating Returns to Manhattan
Budget Travel Blog, October 30, 2007
Workers out in midtown yesterday afternoon may have been surprised to find Bryant Park, a popular lunchtime retreat, transformed into a scene recalling Will Ferrell's hit comedy, "Blades of Glory."
The Talk of The Town
Girl Counter
The New Yorker, September 7, 2007
For the past month, the keepers of Bryant Park have employed a system of electronic sensors to count the number of people using the park's public rest rooms. In September, they're going to test the system at a couple of the park's entrances, with the goal of refining their park-traffic assessments, which they rely upon to measure the health of the park and the success of the various programs they've introduced to lure people there.
A Moist Finale to a Summer of Movies in Bryant Park
New York Times City Room Blog, August 22, 2007
At the drizzling dot of 5 on Monday evening, security guards dropped the barriers to the Bryant Park lawn. Hundreds of people began a slow-motion dash across the lawn for the park's final night of free outdoor movies this summer. By the time "Psycho" started four hours later, about 2,000 people had grabbed a few square feet of grass and the unlimited romance of a city night outdoors.
Arias Alfresco, Siren Accompaniment
New York City Opera, Bryant Park
New York Times, August 16, 2007
"You tend to forget how good opera is until you actually hear it," Tony Zertuche, a 36-year-old playwright. He was waiting in a long line in Bryant Park to buy $25 tickets to coming New York City Opera productions.
Magic Wands and Quill Pens
Time Out New York Kids, August 1, 2007
Bryant Park, Manhattan's summer staple, caters a Saturday afternoon especially for young ones.
New Report Could Boost BIDs
New York Sun, July 26, 2007
Large business improvement districts in New York City increase the value of commercial properties within their borders by 15% on average. Smaller districts, however, have no effect on commercial property values, a new study released yesterday by New York University's Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy says.
Work, Unplugged
New York Daily News, July 9, 2007
Tens of thousands of New Yorkers are logging onto free networks offered at parks, coffee shops and other small businesses throughout the city. Some surf for fun, others complete school assignments, but a growing number are at work.
Real Splendor in the Grass
New York Times, July 1, 2007
Prime blanket real estate, a hot property at Bryant Park's summer film festival.
Uniform Stylings by Mother Nature
Fashion FORWARD, May 1, 2007
Bryant Park employees' uniforms needed a facelift, and the inspiration came from the uniquely colored London Plane trees.
Public Parks Landing Private Owners
Los Angeles Times, February 11, 2007
Supported entirely by commercial sponsors and fees, Bryant Park is an ambitious experiment in the private operation of public places, one that is being watched by urban planners and city managers worldwide.
Skating on a Gershwin Set, Whatever the Tune
New York Times, December 29, 2006
The New York Times rates The Pond at Bryant Park NYC's best ice skating rink, and "a yearly miracle that materializes on the lawn behind the New York Public Library."
View From the Market Booth
The Wall Street Journal, December 8, 2006
Behind the counters, a group of diverse artisans brave cold to sell at thriving U.S. Fairs
A Park Cleans Up Its Act (Gum Removal Aside)
New York Times, October 20, 2006
The park has come a long way since then, when Mrs. Astor was, as the saying goes, "accosted by a youth" (species: Adolescentis drug-dealeum) and the Rockefeller brothers pitched a fit.
A Resplendent Park Respite, Mosaic Tiles Included
The New York Times, April 4, 2006
To call it a bathroom, perhaps, gives insufficient respect to a landmarked 95-year-old building that reopens today in Bryant Park after two months and $200,000 of renovations.
Raising Private Funds To Remake a Public Park
New York Sun, January 26, 2006
If you called Daniel Biederman an urban planner, you'd be right. You'd also be right if you called him a proselytizer for the private sector or an aficionado of New York City's architecture. You'd be right, most of all, if you called him a rehabilitator of neighborhoods.
Tourist Trap Smackdown
The New York Post, November 19, 2005
Slip-sliding away: the Rink at Rockefeller Center vs. Bryant Park ... for our money, the new Bryant Park rink (Sixth Avenue at 42nd Street) has the edge.
Skating in Bryant Park
Metro, October 31, 2005
Skaters took to the ice yesterday at Bryant Park's new rink, called "The Pond."
Splendor in the Grass
The New York Times, October 23, 2005
Ever since the park was renovated 13 years ago, it has been a remarkable space, and one of its most remarkable aspects is that the number of men and women is about equal, a balance that is carefully monitored as a barometer of the park's health.
Bryant Park Forecast: Ice in October
The New York Times, October 6, 2005
The Bryant Park lawn, well known for its pristine grass and the near-perfect bodies that lounge upon it in summer, will soon also be known for the blades gliding across it in winter.
A Park with its Own Library
The Journal News, May 1, 2004
What was once a broken-down symbol of a city trying to stagger out from under debt, crime and neglect has become a crown sapphire in the heart of Midtown.
The Fall and Rise of Bryant Park
New York Sun, January 21, 2004
Bryant Park's successful privatization is a tribute to a selfless innovation by the public sector - permitting the private sector to step in with resources and operational skills to restore and manage a splendid public space. Most public officials wouldn't have had the courage to let the private sector take over.
A Downtown Park Really Can Make A Difference
Dallas Morning News, November 5, 2003
Bryant Park is a wonderful gift to New Yorkers and visitors alike. The park has been around since the 1850s. But its role never has been more significant than it is today.
Send Round the Clowns
NY Daily News, March 21, 2003
Bryant Park carousel opens for business on the first day of spring with help from Barnum & Bailey clowns
Walker in the Wireless City
The New York Times, November 24, 2002
Bryant Park is transforming into a new kind of urban space because of wireless technology
Top Five Wireless Access Sites
CUE, November 11, 2002
Bryant Park is listed as the #2 top wireless access site
Sending a Message in Bryant Park
Crains New York Business, October 28, 2002
Featuring a photo of "NYC 2012" mowed into the Bryant Park lawn to promote New York City's bid for the 2012 Summer Olympics
Leave the Wires Behind
The New York Sun, September 30, 2002
Wireless access in New York City, featuring Bryant Park
A Break from the Grind
The Poughkeepsie Journal, August 8, 2002
Highlights Bryant Park as a day trip excursion
Across From Bryant Park, A Block With Personality
The New York Times, August 4, 2002
Architectural tour of 40th Street's amazing buildings
Celebrating Bryant Park Love
NY Daily News, July 1, 2002
Bryant Park Restoration Corporation holds a couples event for all those who met, became in engaged or married in Bryant Park