Diversity Plaza

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Diversity Plaza

Diversity Plaza is an open air public meeting space located between 73rd and 74th Streets just north of Roosevelt Avenue. It is comprised of a portion of 37th Road and a formerly unused traffic triangle.

Diversity Plaza User Guide[edit]


There's great WiFi in the Plaza, particularly near the two LinkNYC kiosks on Roosevelt Avenue.


The following restaurants face on the plaza.

  • Delhi Heights - Indian cuisine
  • Dumpling House - Himalayan
  • Ittadi Garden and Grill - A buffet of South Asian food with a Bangladesh accent.
  • Kabab King - The name says it all
  • Wendy's - Traditional American fast food (burgers, fries...)


Finding relief in New York City is always a challenge. This wiki has a page on accessible toilets. Here's a list of toilets near the plaza offering different levels of access.

  • Wendy's Restaurant offers ready access 17 hours per day, from 9 AM to 1 AM.
  • Roosevelt Avenue Subway Station - A toilet is located in the paid customer area, one level down. Note: fare payment is required.


The Friends of Diversity Plaza is a community partnership committed to making Diversity Plaza a vibrant and welcoming neighborhood space. Friends envisions Diversity Plaza as a gateway to Jackson Heights, a meeting space, and a celebration of our neighborhood's unity. The Friends is composed of local residents, neighborhood organizations, and the Office of Council Member Daniel Dromm.

The Site Development Plan[edit]

The schematic shows the Plaza's proposed features at the time of the groundbreaking in July 2017. See the detailed 2017 development plan here: File:2015-05-diversity-plaza-cb3.pdf.

Diversity Plaza Schematic.png

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