Union Square
Downtown’s main transportation hub is as diverse as the city itself - bringing all New Yorkers together in an area that's fun and comercially vibrant.
About Union Square
10,453
People live in Union Square
$191,167
Avg. Household Income
37
Avg. Age
Quite possibly the most eclectic neighborhood in New York, Union Square is home to one of the city’s main transportation hubs, a world famous farmers market, upscale residential buildings, casual eateries, big box retailers, and local dry cleaners. A quick walk through Union Square will confirm what locals have always known – this neighborhood is a melting pot. In Union Square, commuters, shoppers, protesters, and street performers come together to create a dynamic and diverse community that somehow makes sense.
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