Shubert Alley

Shubert Alley Shubert Alley is a narrow 300ft long pedestrian alley at the heart of the Broadway theater district of New York City. It splits a block, as it runs parallel to and between Eighth Avenue and Broadway, linking West 44th Street to West 45th Street.

It contains approximately 6400sqft of public space.The alley has been considered the geographical center of Broadway theatre. Richard Hornby wrote in 1991 that: "In New York, the desirability of a theatre is inversely proportional to its distance from Shubert Alley."The early years (1912–49)The alley was originally built as a fire exit between the Shubert Theatre (on 44th Street) and Booth Theatre

It contains approximately 6400sqft of public space.The alley has been considered the geographical center of Broadway theatre. Richard Hornby wrote in 1991 that: "In New York, the desirability of a theatre is inversely proportional to its distance from Shubert Alley."The early years (1912–49)The alley was originally built as a fire exit between the Shubert Theatre (on 44th Street) and Booth Theatre

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