Broadway New York Real Estate
About The Broadway NYC
One of New York’s greatest and best known avenues, Broadway stretches from Bowling Green, a public square near Manhattan’s southern tip, snaking its way north and west all the way to Yonkers. With a history dating back to pre-settlement days and crossing real estate including Times Square, Union Square, the Theater District Columbus Circle, the Upper West Side and much more, Broadway is truly an awe-inspiring, fascinating artery with a lot to offer.
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New York Broadway Real Estate Guide
The 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, N, Q, R, W and A trains all run along different sections of Broadway.
Washington Mutual, 2875 Broadway
Citibank, 2861 Broadway
HSBC, 1790 Broadway
Bank of America, 1775 Broadway
Chase Bank, 785 Broadway
Chase Bank, 623 Broadway
Post offices near Broadway include:
27 W 60th St, (212) 265-7858
127 W 83rd St. (212) 873-5698
23 W 43rd St. (212) 279-5960
Broadway passes through the 1st, 5th, 9th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 20th, 24th, 26th, 30th, 33rd and 34th Precincts.
Duane Reade, 598 Broadway, 2465 Broadway, 250 W 57th St.
West Side Supermarket, 2171 Broadway
D’Agostino Supermarket: 2828 Broadway
Whole Foods: 10 Columbus Circle
Considering Broadway’s tremendous length and cultural significance, it should be no surprise it’s lined with many of Manhattan’s greatest restaurants. From zippy and tasty Chinese at Ollie’s near Columbia Univerity to Times Square mega-restaurants to burgers and fries at Cozy Burger in the East Village, you’ll find nearly every type of food imaginable on Broadway.
From pub grub and a neighborhood bars in the Upper West Side to hip hangouts in SoHo, every type of dive, club and cocktail lounge is represented on Broadway.
Parks / Recreation:
At Manhattan’s southernmost tip, Broadway begins its journey north from Battery Park. It brushes against Union Square Park between 14th and 17th Streets, Madison Square Park at 23rd Street, Central Park at 59th Street and Trinity Park at 155th Street.
Landmarks / History:
Broadway began its existence the Wickquasgeck, a Native American trail before being incorporated by Dutch settlers in the 1600s. Farther north, it follows the historic Bloomingdale road before becoming a highway north of Harlem. In the 1800’s, Broadway was Manhattan’s foremost residential street. By 1900 it had subway service and was known internationally as center for theater. Sections of the avenue fell on hard times in the mid-20th century, to finally experience a rebirth as Manhattan emerged from the tough times of the 1970s.
Landmarks include Times Square, Union Square, the Theater District, Lincoln Center and the Trinity Church cemetery.
At nearly every section of Broadway you’ll encounter bustling commercial activity, thriving retail, great bars and restaurants and valuable apartment buildings with residents from all walks of life.