YU ribbon cutting for pedestrian plaza
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YU ribbon cutting for pedestrian plaza

(Photo courtesy YU)
(Photo courtesy YU)

On September 26, representatives from Yeshiva University and the City of New York, along with elected officials and other guests, met for a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony to open the newly renovated 20,000-square-foot pedestrian plaza on West 185th Street between Audubon and Amsterdam avenues in Washington Heights, in upper Manhattan. The $3.6 million project upgraded an existing pedestrian plaza to improve infrastructure and provide a safer and more secure location for community members and Yeshiva University students.

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