The name "Five Points" was derived from the five-pointed intersection created by Orange Street (now Baxter Street) and Cross Street (now Mosco Street); from this intersection Anthony Street (now Worth Street) began and ran in a northwest direction, dividing one of the four corners into two triangular blocks; thus the fifth "point." To the west of this "point" ran Little Water Street (which no longer exists) north to south, creating a triangular plot which would become known as "Paradise Square," after the buildings standing in the triangle were torn down in 1832.
The Collect Pond and Five Points on the topographical map by Egbert Viele.
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Five Points is where Park Street (formerly Cross Street) intersects with Baxter Street (formerly Orange Street) and Worth Street (formerly Anthony Street).
African Burial Ground on the south shore of Collect Pond, active until 1792, was the burial ground for New York City's free blacks and African slaves, located southwest of the Five Points intersection.
The Collect Pond (or Fresh Water Pond) was a body of spring-fed fresh water, occupying about 48 acres (194,000 m²) and as deep as 60 feet (18 metres).
The Five Points gained international notoriety as a disease-ridden, crime-infested slum that existed for well over 70 years.He's a wonderful guy and I feel very blessed.' Speaking about her decision to keep their romance out of the public eye, Hoda told Wendy Williams in October: 'When you're dating and it's in public, sometimes your dating life gets accelerated because people are asking 'what's going on, is it great, are you getting married?Please note: This is an Ad and all content is created and provided by the advertiser who is solely responsible for such content including, without limitation, all text, images, and websites.Five Points (or The Five Points) was a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City.The neighborhood was generally defined as being bound by Centre Street to the west, the Bowery to the east, Canal Street to the north, and Park Row to the south.