News 'Fearless Girl' statue removed from Bowling Green The statue will be installed at the New York Stock Exchange. The "Fearless Girl" was moved from her spot across from the "Charging Bull" in Bowling Green on Tuesday. Photo Credit: State Street Global Advisors By Nicole Brown firstname.lastname@example.org @ncb417 Updated November 28, 2018 10:49 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email The “Fearless Girl” is on her way to her new home at the New York Stock Exchange. The bronze statue, standing at about 4 feet tall, was removed from its spot across from the “Charging Bull” in Bowling Green Tuesday night, according to the State Street Global Advisors, the investment company that owns the statue. The statue, which appeared across from the bull in March 2017, will be installed on Wall Street by Dec. 31, the company said. In place of the “Fearless Girl,” the State Street Global Advisors put a plaque that has two footprints, encouraging people to “stand for her.” The statue was meant to shed light on the lack of gender diversity on corporate boards and was quickly beloved by New Yorkers and tourists. It was only expected to stay for a week, but due to its popularity, Mayor Bill de Blasio extended the permit, allowing it to stay for more than a year. De Blasio announced the plan to relocate the statue in April, saying the new location would maintain the statue’s symbolism and offer a more pedestrian-friendly area than Bowling Green. The statue also had its critics, including the artist behind the “Charging Bull,” who accused State Street Global Advisors of using the “Fearless Girl” to advertise one of its funds. By Nicole Brown email@example.com @ncb417 Nicole Brown is the Internet News Manager at amNY.com, covering local news since 2016. She has written for MSNBC.com and was editor-in-chief of NYU’s Washington Square News. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic New home for ‘Fearless Girl’ announcedThe 4-foot bronze statue has stood across from the "Charging Bull" for more than a year. ‘Fearless Girl' takes home top prizes at Cannes Lions festival"Fearless Girl" won the top prize in three Cannes Lions categories on Monday. Peeing dog sculpture highlights disrespect of 'Fearless Girl': ArtistThe NYC artist sees the statue as embodying corporate disrespect for the "Charging Bull." Mayor defends 'Fearless Girl' statueDe Blasio said the "Charging Bull" artist needs to "recognize that times change." Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.