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Steve Flanders Square

NY

Urban Plaza
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Steve Flanders Square is named after Stephen C. “Steve” Flanders, an award-winning broadcast journalist who covered New York and national politics for more than four decades.

Flanders died of a heart attack at the age of 64 on January 18, 1983 while on his way to a news conference at New York’s City Hall. He was the chief political reporter for WCBS radio. Millions of New Yorkers listened to his ”Reporter’s Journal” (Monday through Friday), and his ”Weekend Observer” broadcast on Saturday and Sunday. Flanders won awards from the New York Press Club and the New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association for his reportage and commentary.

Steve Flanders Square is named after Stephen C. “Steve” Flanders, an award-winning broadcast journalist who covered New York and national politics for more than four decades.

Flanders died of a heart attack at the age of 64 on January 18, 1983 while on his way to a news conference at New York’s City Hall. He was the chief political reporter for WCBS radio. Millions of New Yorkers listened to his ”Reporter’s Journal” (Monday through Friday), and his ”Weekend Observer” broadcast on Saturday and Sunday. Flanders won awards from the New York Press Club and the New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association for his reportage and commentary.

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The Commons - The Heart of New York City

City Hall Park

Steve Flanders Square, New York City, NY, US 10038

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City Hall Park 72 feet
Nathan Hale (City Hall Park) 72 feet
The Commons 72 feet
The Consolidation of Greater New York 72 feet
The New Deal 169 feet
The Great Horse Manure Crisis of 1894 189 feet
Governor's Room at City Hall 205 feet
Abraham Lincoln Lying in State in City Hall's Rotunda 220 feet
New York City Hall 223 feet
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