Free Infographic: Broadway by the numbers

Arguably the world’s greatest performing arts center, Manhattan’s Theater District did not start out in Midtown. New York’s earliest theatrical venues, dating back to the mid-1700s, were located way downtown in the Financial District, and they gradually moved uptown from there. By 1870, the theater world was centered around Union Square.

It wasn’t until the early 1900s when major theaters sprang up in Times Square and just north of it, and this area remains the heart of Broadway Theater to this day.

Find out everything else you ever wanted to know about the Theater District in this free infographic below! 

So what are you waiting for? Come be part of this exciting American tradition and get tickets to a Broadway show today! And when you do, park at any of the three ParkFast garages located in the heart of the Theater District – two on 44th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues, and one at 1120 Avenue of the Americas (43rd and 44th Streets, between 5th and 6th Avenues). We promise you won’t miss a note of the overture!

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