Union Square may refer to:
- Union Square (Hong Kong)
- Union Square station on Dubai Metro
- United States
- Union Square, Baltimore, Maryland
- Union Square (New York City)
- Union Square, San Francisco, California
- Union Square (Seattle), Washington
- Union Square (Somerville), Massachusetts
- Union Square, Boston, Massachusetts
- Union Square Aberdeen, a leisure/retail/transport hub in Aberdeen
- Union Square (TV series), an NBC comedy series that aired during the 1997–1998 season
Other articles related to "union square, square":
... Construction on Two Union Square began in 1987 and was complete by 1989 ... Two Union Square has 56 floors, 1,126,428 sq ft (104,648.6 m2) of rentable space, and an underground concourse connecting to the Seattle Hilton Hotel and shopping at Rainier Square ...
... street is also home to the second biggest shopping centre in Scotland Union Square the centre features around 60 shops including Apple Store, Superdry, Hollister ...
... He says they need to head for Union Square and get everyone out and head for the shuttle bay ... states "Then I've got two balls for his chin, because we're not staying here." At Union Square the colonist are in mass panic and are waiting for the trams, but the ... Neumann and Marla are leading the surviving colonists from Union Square ...
... The racial makeup of Union Square was 30.2% White, 63.4% African American, 0.0% Native American, 3.0% Asian, 1.1% from other races, and 2.3% from two or more races ...
... Columbus Circle (Eighth Avenue) and Times Square (Seventh Avenue) caused the city to re-stripe that section of Broadway for four southbound and two ... Broadway became one-way from Columbus Circle south to Herald Square (34th Street) on March 10, 1957, in conjunction with Sixth Avenue becoming one-way from Herald Square north to 59th Street and ... November 10, 1963, when Broadway became one-way southbound from Herald Square to Madison Square (23rd Street) and Union Square (14th Street) to Canal Street, and two routes ...
Famous quotes containing the words square and/or union:
“The square dance fiddlers first concern is to carry a tune, but he must carry it loud enough to be heard over the noise of stamping feet, the cries of the caller, and the shouts of the dancers. When he fiddles, he fiddles all over; feet, hands, knees, head, and eyes are all busy.”
—State of Oklahoma, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“Thus piteously Love closed what he begat:
The union of this ever-diverse pair!
These two were rapid falcons in a snare,
Condemned to do the flitting of the bat.”
—George Meredith (18281909)