- Feb. 14, 2020
“We cater to everybody from CEOs to homeless Uber drivers,” said Dan Biederman, who oversees the bathrooms in both locations as president of the 34th Street Partnership and executive director of the Bryant Park Corporation. “It’s one of the few places where people interact. It’s common space.”
A curbside kiosk in Midtown Manhattan has rotating toilet seat covers, classical music and an attendant.
“I need it. People need it,” said Mr. Rodrigues, 51, a shoeshine worker who says he has bought french fries at McDonald’s just to use the bathroom. “New York does not have enough public bathrooms and Too many Uber drivers”