Sorry this space is no longer available.

Don't worry though, we have plenty of great spaces that would be perfect for your idea.
Search Spaces

Our curated location guides will help you find the perfect audience for your idea.

Location Guides

Know what you're looking for? Use our search to find the perfect space for your idea.

Search Spaces

West 146th St - Harlem’s Historical Theater

Harlem, New York, NY

25,299 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


Shop Share


A Little About This Space

Located on the corner of Broadway and West 146th Street in the Hamilton Heights section of Harlem, this incredible old theater first opened in 1913 and was one of the first movie theaters in New York to exclusively show “talkies” instead of silent movies. It would be ideal for pop up events, films, concerts, parties, and so much more.


Harlem is one of the most important neighborhoods in America, with a long and storied history. People as diverse as Normal Rockwell, Al Pacino, Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, and Alexander Hamilton all called Harlem home at some point. The theater is near both Riverside Park, Riverbank State Park, and of course Alexander Hamilton’s family home, which tourists and fans of the musical Hamilton visit often. The 1 train at 145th St is just a block away.


Your neighbors are the Hamilton Bakery, the Broadway Wholesome Food & Beer Garden, Aden One Deli and Mamasushi. Cocktail bar The Honey Well is two blocks away. Harlem Public, Hamilton Eatery and the Sugar Hill Cafe are close as well.


  • Lighting
  • Fitting rooms
  • Heating
  • Stock room

See More

Home Truths

The theater was abandoned for a long time, so the interior is not pristine, but it’s still uniquely beautiful.