Back when Enchanté was a zine rather than a blog, Brightshadow did a series of articles on “gods of the city.”
These were representations of the Old Gods in statuary, architecture, etc., primarily in New York City, where he lives.
New York has no monopoly on them, of course. I like riding a morning train into Chicago from the east and seeing the rising Sun light up the statue of Ceres on the Chicago Board of Trade building, for example.
Pueblo, Colorado, has a coffeehouse dedicated to Phoebus Apollo. You can see him in his Sun-chariot over the door.
No, it’s not across from a hospital and full of doctors. City Hall types are more prevalent.