Verdi Square is a small triangle on Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York City. It is between 72nd Street on the south, 73rd Street on the north, Broadway on the west, and Amsterdam Avenue on the east. On the south the square fronts West 72nd Street; across the street to the south lies Sherman Square. On the north side, the park faces the Apple Bank for Savings' central building at 2112 Broadway, designed by York and Sawyer.
The square has been designated as an official city scenic landmark by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.
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