Manhattan’s “Times Square” is undoubtedly the heart of New York City. And, the intersection of Broadway and 7th Avenue is the heart of Times Square itself. Although Times Square may officially include the area from 42nd to 47th Streets and 6th to 9th Avenue, the triangle created at Broadway & 7th is the vortex for more than 1 million visitors each year as they marvel at a place unlike any other on earth. The place radiates energy and nearly overwhelming visual stimulation because of the magnitude of the electronic joy of neon, digital screens, and marquis signage. There are mega stores, restaurants, shops, and many attractions located within steps of this central part of Times Square. The X-shaped area created by the intersection of 2 famous streets is the area where thousands enjoy the legendary “New Year’s Eve” celebration when the famous, sparkling, Waterford Crystal ball is lowered atop the former Times Tower (now called One Times Square) during the countdown to midnight and the beginning of a new year! This celebration is broadcast all over the world!