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These West Village Public Bathrooms Are Open Despite The Pandemic

WEST VILLAGE, NY — Among the many small inconveniences imposed by the coronavirus pandemic has been the temporary closure of public facilities we once depended on for comfort — or a bathroom break.

Thankfully, some public restrooms remain open, and a new report by the Manhattan Borough President’s office compiled more than 100 of them across the borough, including their hours and wheelchair accessibility.

Discussion around access to public bathrooms has increased with a rise in people experiencing homelessness in the city and an aligning decrease in the available indoor bathrooms.

Patch put together the four restrooms that remain open in Midtown — here they are, ordered, roughly, from furthest north to furthest south. Scroll to the bottom to click through the interactive map from the Borough President’s office.

Bleecker Playground:

Corporal John A. Servalli Playground:

Downing Street Playground:

  • Downing to Carmine Streets, Avenue of the Americas

  • 8 a.m. to dusk

  • Not wheelchair accessible

Washington Square Park

Know of any open public restroom not listed here? Let us know in the comments.

Patch reporter Nick Garber contributed to this report.

This article originally appeared on the West Village Patch

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American Homes 4 Rent to Open Kings Crossings Community in North Las Vegas, Nevada

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AGOURA HILLS, Calif., Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ —
AGOURA HILLS, Calif., Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — American Homes 4 Rent (NYSE: AMH) is pleased to introduce Kings Crossings in North Las Vegas, Nev., which joins its rapidly growing family of newly built single-family rental home communities. Kings Crossings is AH4R’s 57th new rental home community and its fourth in the Las Vegas market, building upon the success of its Big Buffalo, Cactus Cliff and Desert Wind Ranch communities.

“American Homes 4 Rent is proud to open our new Kings Crossings community that provides Las Vegas home shoppers a superior new choice in American housing,” said Zack Johnson, Executive Vice President of Acquisitions & Development for AH4R. “Our newly constructed Kings Crossings community offers all the benefits of single-family living with the financial flexibility and low-maintenance lifestyle of leasing.”

Kings Crossings adds 81 homes built, owned and operated by AH4R to its existing portfolio of more than 1,000 units in the Las Vegas market.

“AH4R is revolutionizing the industry as the nation’s leading builder of single-family rental communities,” said Robert Broad, Senior Vice President of Development for AH4R. “The homes at Kings Crossings offer residents high-quality features and unique neighborhood amenities such as a community pool and miles of walking trails.” 

The homes at Kings Crossings feature desert landscaping and pet-friendly yards. All homes are designed with open concept floorplans, granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, luxury vinyl plank flooring, elegant bathrooms, quality fixtures and two-car garages.    

Kings Crossings features three- and four-bedroom homes ranging in size from approximately 1,400 to 2,100 square feet. Pricing starts from the $1,700s per month. The well-located neighborhood provides residents with quick access to local job centers, dining, shopping and entertainment.

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These Public Bathrooms In Midtown Are Open Despite The Pandemic

MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, NY — Among the many small inconveniences imposed by the coronavirus pandemic has been the temporary closure of public facilities we once depended on for comfort — or a bathroom break.

Thankfully, some public restrooms remain open, and a new report by the Manhattan Borough President’s office compiled more than 100 of them across the borough, including their hours and wheelchair accessibility.

Patch put together the 13 restrooms that remain open in Midtown — here they are, ordered, roughly, from furthest north to furthest south. Scroll to the bottom to click through the interactive map from the Borough President’s office.

Merchant’s Gate:
West 61st Street by Columbus Circle
7 a.m. – dusk
Wheelchair accessible

Twenty-Four Sycamores Park
FDR Drive, East 60th to 61st streets and York Avenue
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

DeWitt Clinton Park
West 52nd to 54th streets between 11th and 12th Avenues
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

MacArthur Playground:
East 49th Street and East River Drive
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Matthews-Palmer Playground
West 45th Street between 9th and 10th avenues
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

McCaffrey Playground
West 43rd Streets between 8th and 9th avenues
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Bryant Park
West 42nd Street and Avenue of the Americas
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Robert Moses Playground:
1st Avenue between 41st and 42nd streets
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Hudson Park
West 36th Street and Hudson Boulevard East
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

St. Vartan Park
East 35th to 36th streets between 1st and 2nd avenues
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Chelsea Park
West 27th Street and 9th Avenue
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Union Square
20 Union Square West
8 a.m. –

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These Upper East Side Bathrooms Are Open Despite The Pandemic

UPPER EAST SIDE, NY — Among the many small inconveniences imposed by the coronavirus pandemic has been the temporary closure of public facilities we once depended on for comfort — or a bathroom break.

Thankfully, some public restrooms remain open, and a new report by the Manhattan Borough President’s office compiled more than 100 of them across the borough, including their hours and wheelchair accessibility.

Patch put together the 13 public restrooms that remain open on the Upper East Side — here they are, ordered, roughly, from furthest north to furthest south. Scroll to the bottom to click through the interactive map from the Borough President’s office.

Charles A. Dana Discovery Center
Central Park at 110th Street between 5th and Lenox avenues
7:30 a.m. – dusk
Wheelchair accessible

Conservatory Garden
5th Avenue, 103rd Street to 106th Street
7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Not wheelchair accessible

East River Playground
FDR Drive, East 106th to East 107th Streets
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Robert Bendheim Playground
East 100th Street and Fifth Avenue
7 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Cherry Tree Park
3rd Avenue, East 99th to 100th streets
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Samuel Seabury Playground
Lexington Avenue, East 95th to 96th streets
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Stanley Isaacs Playground
FDR Drive, East 96th to 97th streets
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Carl Schurz Park
East End Avenue and East 87th Street
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Catbird Playground
Gracie Square and East End Avenue
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Kerbs Boathouse
Central Park – Conservatory Water, East Side at 74th Street
7 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

John Jay Park
Cherokee Place and East 76th to 78th streets
8 a.m. – dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Twenty-Four

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These 34 Harlem Public Bathrooms Are Open Despite The Pandemic

HARLEM, NY — Among the many small inconveniences imposed by the coronavirus pandemic has been the temporary closure of public facilities we once depended on for comfort — or a bathroom break.

Thankfully, some public restrooms remain open, and a new report by the Manhattan Borough President’s office compiled more than 100 of them across the borough, including their hours and wheelchair accessibility.

Patch put together the 34 restrooms that remain open in Harlem — here they are, ordered, roughly, from furthest north to furthest south. Scroll to the bottom to click through the interactive map from the Borough President’s office.

Central Harlem, West Harlem & Hamilton Heights

Wright Brothers Playground
West 156th Street & St. Nicholas Avenue
8:00 a.m. – Dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Holcombe Rucker Park
West 155th Street, 8th Avenue to Harlem River Drive
8:00 a.m. – Dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Carmansville Playground
Amsterdam Avenue, West 151st to West 152nd streets
8:00 AM – Dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Playground One Fifty Two CLII
West 152nd Street & Bradhurst Avenue
8:00 a.m. – Dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Playground One Forty Nine CIL
West 149 Street & Bradhurst Avenue
8:00 a.m. – Dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Frederick Johnson Playground
7th Avenue, West 150th to 151st streets
8:00 a.m. – Dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Riverbank Playground
West 142nd Street and Riverside Drive
8:00 a.m. – Dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Renaissance Playground
West 144th Street, between 7th and 8th avenues
8:00 a.m. – Dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Colonel Charles Young Playground
West 144th Street & Lenox Avenue
8:00 a.m. – Dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Alexander Hamilton Playground
Hamilton Place, West 140th to West 141st streets
8:00 AM – Dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Arlington “Ollie” Edinboro Playground
West 140 Street & St. Nicholas Avenue
8:00 a.m. – Dusk
Not wheelchair accessible

Jacob

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