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Named after New York Evening Post?s editor William Bryant, Bryant Park sits on a 9.6 acre land in Midtown Manhattan. From the 1970s to the 1980s, Bryant Park had an infamous reputation of being a hub for drug dealers and prostitution. It reopened in 1992 and is now a thriving urban destination at the heart of Manhattan.

Several activities can be done within the confines of Bryant Park. Its lush greenery is a favorite hang-out place for New York mavens as well as city visitors. Approximately 800 people occupy each acre of the park daily making it the densest public park in the world. There?s also a skating rink which is one of the favorite attractions in Bryant Park.

Bryant Park also plays host to numerous fashion shows during the New York Fashion Week.
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