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That's actually a yoga/meditation area. (BYOM of course).
Thanks for the chuckle.
And who wouldn't want to sit a stone's throw from the noisy bridge and in the middle of a concrete pad?
It's a misprint. They left out the "h"
NYC has learned that their altruistic intent
to provide benches didn't work very well
with our increasingly uncivilized population.
They often get alternative uses like:
3rd world moms' diaper changing stations;
derelicts' toilets; drug dealers marketplaces; etc.
Street furniture provides opportunity!
To hell with the "sitting" area. Plant some nice trees, butterfly bushes, and coneflowers.Add a pretty fountain with some water.
This could at least attract some birds and butterflies. Endangered species need every square inch they can get. New York is on a major bird migration route. Amazing things show up in Astoria. I have seen warblers, hummingbirds and pheasants here.
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