Times Square was created in 1912 as a city-owned shopping center.
It was designed to be a city hub and was home to numerous public buildings including the United States Capitol, the New York Stock Exchange and the New Jersey statehouse.
The mall was designed in collaboration with architects such as Joseph M. Stiglitz, John F. Kennedy and James M. Gadsden.
But the mall’s early years were plagued by problems.
During World War II, construction was halted for several years, leaving many workers to find other jobs.
At the time, a small group of residents fought the mall for years, including members of the American Civil Liberties Union and the Sierra Club.
When the city reopened in 1946, the mall became a hub of activities and the city was still in a state of transition.
Times Square is known for its iconic architecture and iconic buildings such as the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and the United Nations headquarters.
The mall is the only mall in the United Kingdom to have two floors.
After the mall closed in 2000, the surrounding area was left to fend for itself.
While the mall was eventually closed, the buildings are now in use for office space, restaurants, and retail.
Times Square has become a tourist destination, with more than 10 million visitors per year.