Welcome to Theater District
WHAT TO EXPECT
An energetic, commuter-friendly neighborhood surrounded by iconic NYC streets and scenery.
High-energy days and nights, destination entertainment venues, and an approachable (and always-packed) drinking and dining scene.
WHAT NOT TO EXPECT
A quiet neighborhood vibe or extensive green space.
Competitively priced. Modern doorman buildings become more expensive as you move further north toward Central Park South.
YOU'LL FALL IN LOVE WITH
Endless people-watching and entertainment options.
LOCATED IN MANHATTAN
Around the Block
Vibrant sites and scenes of the city.
The Theater District has undergone serious transformation over the last century. During the early 20th century, the area was known as home to history-making families such as the the Astors and the Rockefellers, and was officially named for the New York Times original headquarters on the square in 1903. The post-Depression era saw an influx of downtown-bred music, dance, and drama venues (hence, the term “Theater District”), and a mid-century decline followed by a city-led commercial rebrand and tourist boom. Today’s Theater District is a hub for awe-inspiring happenings around every corner.