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This page describes Malcolm X Boulevard as it appeared in 2001.  The tour was developed as part of the Malcolm X Boulevard Streetscape Enhancement Project.  These pages are no longer being updated.

4. Malcolm Shabazz Plaza
W. 110th Street at the confluence of Malcolm X Blvd. and St. Nicholas Avenue
Malcolm X Blvd. is intersected by St. Nicholas Avenue, a street that has been traveling diagonally southeast since it crossed W. 124th Street. This merging of streets finds a graceful termination in a newly refurbished public plaza. This former traffic island was converted into a memorial to the late civil rights leader. Completed in the Summer of 2000, the design includes plantings, trees, seating and special paving treatments, creating a contemplative space at this otherwise busy intersection. Community residents plan to erect a statue of Malcolm X in the near future. Malcolm Shabazz Plaza (looking south)
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