Living in the Theater District neighborhood of Manhattan


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Alcove Studio
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1 Bedroom

New York City's renowned Theater District, including Times Square, the newly revitalized "center of the world", is bordered to the south by 40th Street, to the north by 54th Street, and runs east to west from Sixth to Eighth Avenues.

 

This neighborhood--often referred to simply as "Broadway"--is dominated by office buildings and hotels, but there are a few apartments for rent, especially above 50th Street.

 

The heart of this District is obviously the Broadway theaters, including the Winter Garden, where Mamma Mia! took over from Cats; the Gershwin Theater, home of the phenomenally successful Wicked; and the Disney-owned New Amsterdam Theater on 42nd Street itself.

 

The newly redesigned TKTS booth, where you can get theater tickets to that day's shows for up to 50% off, sits in the center of the action, and now has a terrific set of bleachers marching up its roof, perfect for a perch while taking all the excitement in.

 

Of course, there are many other entertainment venues in Times Square, such as the massive comedy club Caroline's; the blues club B.B. King, where they also serve a heavily-attended Sunday Gospel Brunch; the Madame Tussauds wax museum; and Ripley's Believe It or Not! Times Square.

 

Many of the retail, entertainment and dining establishments on "Broadway" cater to the tens of millions of tourists—one million on New Year's Eve alone watch the famed ball drop!--who come from all over the world to see the astonishing display of neon signs, "spectaculars", and jumbotrons.

 

The Theater District's restaurants tend toward massive food factories, but you can get a decent meal at the Asian-centric Ruby Foo's, or the Italian "family-style" mini-chain Carmine's. When the weather's nice, get some take-out from one of the dozens of sandwich or pizza shops in the area and take a seat on the new pedestrian malls running up both Broadway and Seventh Avenue.


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