Bryant Park recently spent nearly $300 million to remodel their public restrooms in a style that would impress even Brooke Astor, the visionary behind the park's well-kept amenities and public spaces. Peek inside the new bathrooms in this video from our friends at Curbed.
The 315-square-foot Beaux Arts bathroom building tucked behind the New York Public Library in Bryant Park is already a singular urban experience, with fresh flowers, ambient classical music, and a pair of attendants on duty at most times. And these fancy loos have proven extremely popular: in 2016, an average of 3,266 people used the bathroom every day, sometimes waiting in 40-plus-person lines for the privilege.
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