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The Cadillac of Bathrooms:

From the NYTimes:

Is This New York City’s Nicest Public Bathroom?

(no not SDR Park’s) Greeley Square Park

 

A curbside kiosk in Midtown Manhattan has rotating toilet seat covers, classical music and an attendant.

The well-appointed bathroom, which reopened recently after a two-and-a-half-year makeover that cost nearly $600,000, sits in Greeley Square Park, on Broadway between 32nd and 33rd Streets, a quick dash from a major subway stop and the New York terminus of the PATH train, which connects Manhattan to New Jersey.

The secret to success?

“The Greeley Square bathroom is open seven days a week, and staffed by an attendant at all times. Its annual operating budget of $245,000 will be paid by the partnership.”

 

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