Manhattan is the smallest and most densely-populated of the boroughs located in New York City. It is located mostly on Manhattan Island next to the Hudson River.
It is also the current home of Mount Olympus, located on the mystical 600th floor of the Empire State Building. Manhattan is also home to one of two known entrances to the Underworld. The entrance is called the Door of Orpheus, and is located in Central Park.
It also contains a number of automatons created by Daedalus to assist in the defense of Mount Olympus, otherwise known as Plan Twenty-Three. Known automatons include:
William H. Seward's statue
Pomona's statue, Roman goddess of plenty
Statue of Hermes
Susan B. Anthony
Statue of Confucius