As an equally festive tree-lighting alternative to Rockefeller Center, check out Winter's Eve at Lincoln Square. Enjoy free entertainment, food tastings and shopping too. Find out when on MetroFocus Read more
15-acre complex. In 1950s-60s area was tenement space known as San Juan Hill. These immigrants tale was later retold via West Side Story. Believed to be named for Abraham Lincoln. More info in blog. Read more
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