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Ghost Signs of NYC: Hygrade’s Frankfurters

Hygrade, 281 Sixth Avenue. Photo ©Frank Mastropolo

Sir Winston Churchill Square is a half-acre garden and sitting area at the juncture of Bleecker and Downing Streets and Sixth Avenue. The site was purchased by the city’s Parks Department in 1943. The garden and sitting area, designed by George Vellonakis, was rebuilt in 1998–1999, adding a garden, an armillary sphere and a decorative fence. The square is named in honor of the British Prime Minister who guided the…




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