Grand Army Plaza is a square at the southeast corner of Central Park in Manhattan, New York City, at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Central Park South, covering two blocks on the west side of Fifth Avenue between 58th and 60th Streets. It contains an equestrian statue of William Tecumseh Sherman on its northern half and Pulitzer Fountain on its southern half.
Grand Army Plaza was designed by Beaux-Arts architecture firm Carrère and Hastings and completed in 1916. It was renovated in 1933–1935, in 1985 and in 2013. The plaza has been a New York City designated landmark since 1974.
Address 1 Central Park S, Manhattan 10023, United States
Coordinates 40°45'51.939" N -73°58'24.032" E