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Bryant Park is a park in Midtown, Manhattan. The area on which the park is now located was declared a public territory as early as 1686. Bryant Park is located entirely over an underground structure that houses the library’s stacks. One of the park’s most impressive features is a large lawn that serves as a “lunchroom” for midtown office workers and a place of respite for tired pedestrians and the seating area for some of the park’s major events. The lawn’s season runs from February until October, when it is closed to make way for Bank of America Winter Village, the park’s winter iteration. Another attraction of the park is The Reading Room. It is now a literary destination that features readings and book sales by contemporary writers and poets plus book-related special events such as book clubs, writers workshops and storytelling for kids.

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