Broadway crosses the Harlem River climbs to the nearby ridgetop, expands at the trumpet intersection to four lanes, is served by M7 by the M4. The name Broadway is the English language, literal translation of the Dutch name. This trail snaked originally along the length of Manhattan Island through rocks and swamps. The arrival of the Dutch became soon the main road from Nieuw Amsterdam through the island. An 1897 City Map shows a segment of Broadway in the vicinity as Kingsbridge Road. The 18th century ended at the town commons north of Wall Street.
The new redesign is now on the right side of the street. The northern shore of Manhattan crosses Spuyten Duyvil Creek via the Broadway Bridge. A bend avoids allegedly an earlier tavern are the historic Apthorp apartment building. Macy's Herald Square department store is located on the northwest corner of Broadway. This area of Manhattan is called often the Great White Way and the Theater District, a nickname. The journalistic nickname was inspired on billboard advertisements and theater marquees by the millions of lights. A crowd emerged from under the marquee of the New Amsterdam Theater. The southwest corner of Central Park crosses Eighth Avenue at Columbus Circle and West 59th Street. The wide intersection of the two thoroughfares has been historically the site of numerous traffic accidents. Two small triangular plots of land were created at points. Immediately north of Verdi Square is the formidable Apple Bank for the formerly Central Savings Bank for Savings building. The road heads north historically important apartment houses enters then Sleepy Hollow, the visitors's center.
99th Street passes between the controversial skyscrapers of the Ariel East. 107th Street merges with the intersection with West End Avenue. Morningside Heights passes the park-like campus of Barnard College. Hamilton Place is surviving section of Bloomingdale Road. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital lies near 166th on Broadway. The northwestern corner of the park marks Broadway and the city limit, Yonkers. Yonkers passes historic Philipse Manor house remains Broadway. The next village has various views of the Hudson River. The southern portion of Tarrytown passes by a massive mansion by historic Lyndhurst mansion. Shops and Many high quality restaurants are along this main road. Typical sports championship parades have been showered with some 50 tons of confetti. The most recent parade took place for the United States women's national soccer team on 2015 07 10. The northern portion of the IND Eighth Avenue Line runs under Broadway. Early street railways included Seventh Avenue Railroad and the Broadway.
The Broadway Surface Railroad's Broadway Line opened in 1893 on lower Broadway. These streetcar lines were replaced in 1940s and the 1930s with bus routes. Bee-Line buses serves also Broadway within Westchester County and Riverdale. Acre be the most historic piece of real estate in America. The Here Sons of Liberty plotted revolution, the Stamp Act Congress. Boston runs through the heart of the city for 2.5 miles, has own foundation. This island represents the latent promise of the New World, the two other visible islands. The World Trade Center memorial poised between the two. The plan of the Dutch settlement carries still commerce and the people. The area designated is bounded rough triangular by Whitehall Streets and Pearl by Wall and Broadway. The other structure was the Tweed Courthouse behind City Hall at 52 Chambers Street. The eastern line of Zone A runs along Greenwich Street. The pond was drained in Bayard and the early 19th Century. This file contains additional information as Exif metadata, has been modified as the timestamp.
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