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Economic activity associated with Manhattan's Central Park -- including tax revenues from visitor spending, park operations and increased real estate values -- generated about $656 million in New York City tax revenues in 2007, a figure roughly equivalent to the total annual cost of the City's entire park system at the time.


Property values, Visitor spending, Increased tax revenue

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