Old and new Manhattan collide just south of Central Park

Central Park South between Fifth and Sixth avenues recalls a bygone New York, when a hotel was a place to stay the night, not a placeholder for condominium development. 
But times have changed. A new generation of New Yorkers may hardly know that the Plaza Hotel, which dates from 1907 and is one of the most storied buildings in the city, has hosted legions of celebrities as well as Truman Capote’s famed 1966 Black-and-White Masquerade Ball to honor Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham.

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