Times Plaza

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The Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower, now 1 Hanson Place apartments. In the right foreground is the disused headhouse of Atlantic Avenue – Barclays Center subway station

Times Plaza is the historical name for the intersection of Flatbush Avenue, Fourth Avenue, and Atlantic Avenue in the New York City Borough of Brooklyn. The area came to be called Times Plaza for the nearby offices of the Brooklyn Daily Times.[1] The United States Postal Service office located at 542 Atlantic Avenue is still called the Times Plaza Station.

Times Plaza is in Downtown Brooklyn and sits on the borders of the Park Slope, Fort Greene, and Boerum Hill neighborhoods. It is a short distance down Flatbush Avenue from the Grand Army Plaza.

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  1. ^ a b An Architectural Guidebook to Brooklyn By Francis Morrone, James Iska, pg. 334