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Even as Broadway starts to reopen, theater lovers have a surfeit of alternate viewing options. An Emmy-nominated performance of Hamilton can be streamed on Disney+; a performance of Come From Away hit Apple+ TV on September 10; Diana will premiere on Netflix on October 1, two months before its planned December 1 Broadway reopening; and a film adaptation of Dear Evan Hansen will hit movie theaters on September 24, months before the musical that inspires it re-opens on December 11.
However, there is no substitute for the energy of a live performance and the audience enjoying it. Hadestown and Waitress welcomed audiences back on September 2, and Waitress broke the single-performance sales record at the Ethel Barrymore theater. Crowd-pleasers Hamilton, Wicked, The Lion King, and Chicago reopened on September 14, and other shows will follow suit in the coming weeks and months.
View down Broadway and Times Square from Central Park Tower

“Without Broadway, New York would never come back economically” - Senator Charles Schumer

It is important to note that Broadway is not simply a pleasant diversion for locals and tourists alike. According to a PBS Newshour report in February 2021, Broadway is responsible for nearly 100,000 jobs in New York City and has an economic impact of nearly $15 billion. Moreover, a fall 2019 report released by the New York City Comptroller’s office observes that the shows generate employment for administrators, costume designers, sound technicians, and others whose names do not appear on the marquees. The effects also ripple out to hotels, restaurants, parking garages, and other local services that accommodate theatergoers.
In honor of the reopening and the Tony Awards set to air on September 26, we take a look at the shows that were generating the most excitement when Broadway went dark. Tourists typically come from all over the world to see shows like these, but residents of these new developments live close enough to walk to the theaters. In addition to the central location, they enjoy eye-catching architecture, top-of-the-line interiors, and well-thought amenities.
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Developed by Related and Oxford Property Group | Design by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
71 stories | 143 units | 15 availabilities from $4.9M

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SIX

Reopens September 17, 2021
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Six the Musical Image via SIX on Broadway
New York City shut down a few hours before SIX was about to officially open on Broadway in March 2020, but the musical has not been forgotten in the months of lockdown. Across the pond, the contemporary pop take on the six wives of Henry VIII was one of the first to reopen on the West End, much to the delight of audiences.

505 West 43rd Street
Developed by The Elad Group and Mi&Co. | Design by ODA Architecture

16 stories | 123 units | 9 availabilities from $705K

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Chicken & Biscuits

Reopens September 23, 2021
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Chicken and Biscuits play Images via Circle in the Square
Broadway star Norm Lewis has made a name for himself in musicals, but had not yet appeared in a play until Chicken & Biscuits, which wasn't even been running two weeks when Broadway went dark. The show is getting ready to return with Mr. Lewis and acclaimed actor Michael Urie reprising their roles in this comedy about secrets emerging during a family funeral.

500 West 45th Street
Developed by Xin Development International | Design by Marvel Architects

7 stories | 92 units | 11 availabilities from $778K

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Moulin Rouge!

Reopens September 24, 2021
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Moulin Rouge Musical Image via Moulin Rouge!
The Broadway adaptation of Moulin Rouge! is up for 14 Tony Awards, which includes male lead Aaron Tveit as the sole nominee in his category. Between actors falling ill and the departure of Karen Olivo (original Satine), the months of closure were a tumultuous time for most of the cast and crew. However, the show is poised to return in a blaze of glory with Natalie Mendoza as Satine (she also appeared in the film that inspired the show).

547 West 47th Street
Developed by CB Developers, SK Development, and Ironstate Development | Design by Ismael Leyva Architects

12 stories | 222 units | 25 availabilities from $795K

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TINA - The Tina Turner Musical

Reopens October 8, 2021
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Tina Turner musical Image via TINA - The Tina Turner Musical
After taking the West End by storm, TINA opened on Broadway to similar acclaim in fall 2019. It is up for 12 Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Leading Actress in a Musical, and the icon herself describes it as “poison turned to medicine.” Original leading actress Adrienne Warren will return to the show when it reopens, and it was recently announced that Nkeki Obi-Melekwe will succeed her starting November 2.

Developed and designed by Mortar ARC + DEV
8 stories | 7 units | 1 availability for $3.25M

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Jagged Little Pill

Reopens October 21, 2021
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Alanis Morissette musical Image via Jagged Little Pill
With 15 Tony nominations, the musical inspired by the Alanis Morisette album has the most of any show this season. The show began previews in November 2019; nearly a year later, audiences got another look at it with a number at last year's Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Developed by New Empire Real Estate Development | Design by Building Consulting Engineering & Architecture
7 stories | 7 units | 1 availability for $1.95M

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Mrs. Doubtfire

Reopens October 21, 2021
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Mrs. Doubtfire musical Image via Mrs. Doubtfire Broadway
The musical adaptation of Mrs. Doubtfire was only three previews in when Broadway went dark last spring, putting the production on hold and leading the younger stars to fear aging out of their roles. But that is not to say the cast and crew sat idly at home. The creative team took advantage of the time to scrap three numbers in favor of a new opening, and the writers aged up the child characters to keep the actors portraying them in the show.

53 West 53rd Street
Developed by Pontiac Land and Hines | Design by Jean Nouvel

82 stories | 145 units | 15 availabilities from $2.7M

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Company

Reopens November 15, 2021
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Company revival Image via Company Musical
The revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Company was in previews before the pandemic, but already attracting attention from audiences and critics alike for the decision to change the main character’s gender, as well as Patti Lupone’s return to Broadway. The virtual “Take Me to the World” concert, performed in honor of Mr. Sondheim’s 90th birthday in spring 2020, offered tantalizing hints in the form of performances by current cast members and songs from the musical.

Developed by LENY and Sumaida + Khurana | Design by Alvaro Siza
37 stories | 80 units | 9 availabilities from $998K

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MJ The Musical

Opens December 6, 2021
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The jukebox musical inspired by Michael Jackson’s life and music was originally set to premiere in summer 2020, but previews were bumped to roughly a year and a half later. The story's details are vague, but it will feature a book by Pulitzer Prize laureate Lynn Notage and direction and choreography by Tony Award winner Christopher Wheeldon.

Developed by JDS Development Group, Property Markets Group, and Spruce Capital Partners | Design by SHoP Architects
91 stories | 60 units | 9 availabilities from $8.75M

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The Music Man

Opens December 20, 2021
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The Music Man revival Image via Broadway Direct
Some musical theater aficionados could watch Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster read stock quotes from The Wall Street Journal, but the revival of The Music Man promises to be more entertaining than that. Mr. Jackman got his start in musical theater in a school production of The Music Man, and is as eager as his audiences for the show to begin this winter - more than a year later than originally planned!

217 West 57th Street
Developed by Extell | Design by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill

98 stories | 179 units | 13 availabilities from $8.95M

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Plaza Suite

Opens February 25, 2022
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Plaza Suite Matthew Broderick Sarah Jessica Parker Image via Plaza Suite on Broadway
The first Broadway revival of Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite” was another production upended by the pandemic, and audiences had been looking forward to seeing Broadway power couple Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker playing three different pairs in this series of three one-act plays. This is not their first time working together on Broadway, but it may be their most anticipated: The show played a sold-out run in Boston in February 2020.

Notable Listings in and around the Theater District

From the Listing: Picture Perfect Studio Home, offering a Perched View over Quaint W 69th Street Tree-Lined Block. The open Living area has Soaring 10'5" Ceilings, Generous Room Proportions, and Loft-Like Feel. Renovated Kitchenette has Custom Cabinetry that maximizes your Vertical Space. Mint Renovated Bathroom has Floor-to-Ceiling Tile, Recessed Lighting, and Exquisite Finishes. New Hardwood Floors and Elegant Prewar Moldings meld the new and old details seamlessly. See floor plan and full details here.

408 West 34th street
From the Listing: Welcome to 408 West 34th Street, 3J - the perfect starter home in the center of the city! Located in the dynamic Hudson Yards neighborhood, 3J is a studio with strong proportions including a large foyer-dining area that leads towards the main living area that measures approximately 20' long and excellent storage space. The living area features hardwood floors, two oversized windows providing natural light and treetop views along with an open kitchen. The space provides plenty of room for a queen-sized bed, couch, coffee table, tv, and desk/work set-up. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: This alcove studio has been uniquely configured to provide a private sleeping area as well as an office/workspace, while maintaining bright and very spacious living and dining areas. A stylish but unobtrusive screen system can be left open by day to allow in brilliant light from the wide-open Cityscape outside the inspired windows, and then closed by night to discreetly separate the spaces and deliver a true private bedroom experience. In beautifully renovated condition with a granite and stainless kitchen and new bath, this apartment is move-in ready. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Beautifully renovated throughout, this stylish studio offers chic yet easy-care living right in the heart of New York City. This is your chance to enjoy the space and comfort of this updated abode while relishing an incredible location just steps from transportation, dining, shopping, parks, and the Empire State Building. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Welcome home to your dream turnkey junior one-bedroom apartment. This home has a stunning southwestern exposure and sprawling city views from the heart of Lincoln Center! See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Many units have breathtaking unobstructed double exposure city and river views from floor to ceiling windows.The apartments feature stainless steel Bosch (dishwasher, W/D, stove, and microwave) and Sub Zero ( Fridge) appliances, white oak flooring , granite countertops in kitchen , marble bathrooms , washer/dryer in the unit , walk-in closets with white oak and glass pantries. The building amenities - 24-hour concierge/valet, free daily breakfast, Complimentary fitness center, Ice skating rink, tennis court, basketball court, residents' multi-media lounge and billiards room on the 47th floor, valet services ( laundry and dry cleaning on-site) , office center, movie theater , fully-landscaped terraces/sundeck , building-wide wireless Internet system for common areas , on-site storage available, bike storage , pet-friendly, valet parking available. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Bright Sunny and Spacious. As you enter your home, the building's gorgeous landscaped garden welcomes you from every window. The bright open space is large enough for both a living room and separate dining area and provides for easy entertaining. The generous bedroom can easily accommodate a king-size bed. Last but not least: An ample closet space...you may need to go shopping. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Entertain on your private roof deck in warm weather and curl up next to your own wood-burning fireplace on chilly winter nights -- this bright and cheerful two-bedroom duplex in the heart of Hell's Kitchen offers roof rights for two private outdoor spaces, thoughtful renovations throughout, and charming pre-war details including a wood-burning fireplace, period moldings, high ceilings, and exposed brick. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Huge 1,100 Sq Ft Loft 1 Bedroom at The Armory in Hell's Kitchen! Full description coming... See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: The space you've wanted! Find modern comfort in this oversized two-bedroom home. A generous entry foyer hosting ample closet space leads into a dining room with enough space for an 8-chair table, and expansive living room. The Eastern facing apartment offers peace and tranquility with ample sunlight, and an oversized primary bedroom big enough for an enormous king-sized bed with room to spare, and a huge custom closet. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: This apartment features soaring 12 ft ceilings and 8 ft windows, oak floors, two beautifully designed sleeping areas and a charmingly informal kitchen with a Wolf oven and a Fisher-Paykel dishwasher. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: A rare combination of value and prestige, this impeccably gut-renovated 1 bedroom plus windowed home office and 1.5-bath residence is located directly on Central Park in one of Central Park South's most coveted limestone prewar white-glove cooperatives. #11C offers the best of both a recent renovation and gracious prewar details, including a wood-burning fireplace, refinished original hardwood floors, 9'3" ceilings, a gracious entry foyer, in-unit washer/dryer, generous custom closets, and through-wall air-conditioning. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Come home to this lovely 2 bed / 2 bath Condo perfectly located on 70th and Columbus, one of the nicest, bucolic tree-lined blocks on the Upper West Side. You could not ask for more as the hardwood oak floors, 2 exposures, large living room, generously sized bedrooms, tons of closets - including a massive walk-in in the master and high ceilings make this the ideal space to call home. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Currently configured as a 1 bedroom plus one office and 2 full bathrooms this move-in ready home features soaring 12 feet high ceilings, oversized 8 ft tall north and east-facing windows allowing plenty of natural light all day long, and picture-perfect views of the most iconic NYC buildings such as the Empire State and New Yorker. See floor plan and full details here.

From the Listing: Industrial cool meets NYC chic in this mint split 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom prewar condo with soaring ceilings and abundant light.

Located in a converted Beaux-arts schoolhouse built in 1905, the glamorous interior of this 1401 square foot home is the perfect complement to the building's original eye-catching architecture.
See floor plan and full details here.


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