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Broadway, until 1890 Fort Street, is a thoroughfare in Los Angeles County, California. The portion of Broadway from 3rd to 9th streets in the Historic Core of Downtown Los Angeles, was the city's main commercial street from the 1910s until World War II, and is the location of the Broadway Theater and Commercial District, the first and largest historic theater district listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). With twelve movie palaces located along a six-block stretch of Broadway, it is the only large concentration of movie palaces left in the United States.

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  • Broadway, until 1890 Fort Street, is a thoroughfare in Los Angeles County, California. The portion of Broadway from 3rd to 9th streets in the Historic Core of Downtown Los Angeles, was the city's main commercial street from the 1910s until World War II, and is the location of the Broadway Theater and Commercial District, the first and largest historic theater district listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). With twelve movie palaces located along a six-block stretch of Broadway, it is the only large concentration of movie palaces left in the United States. (en)
  • Broadway es una avenida principal de la ciudad de Los Ángeles, California. La parte de la avenida que pasa por el centro histórico de dicha ciudad forma una zona histórica de cines y teatros, oficialmente reconocida a nivel nacional y municipal. Además, la misma zona contiene muchos edificios que en la primera mitad del siglo veinte, formaban la zona de compras más importante de la ciudad, con varias grandes tiendas departamentales y replete con tiendas de ropa y productos para el hogar. En la segunda mitad del siglo XX era un centro importante de la comunidad hispana, dado que muchos cines mostraban películas mexicanas, y muchas de las tiendas se dirigían al público latino. Ahora la zona se encuentra en un proceso de gentrificación; y las tiendas latinas existen al lado de hoteles chic como el Ace y el Hoxton, y tiendas de ropa de marcas de lujo. (es)
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  • 79000484
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  • 1979-05-09 (xsd:date)
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  • Multiple (en)
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  • Early Commercial, Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals, Art Deco (en)
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  • Los Angeles Theatre (en)
  • Broadway looking north towards the historic Theater and Commercial District from Hoxton Hotel Roof , September 2020 (en)
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  • South (en)
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  • Northeast (en)
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  • 1890 (xsd:integer)
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  • (en)
  • in Downtown (en)
  • in Carson (en)
  • in Lincoln Heights (en)
  • in South Los Angeles (en)
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  • United States Los Angeles Central (en)
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  • (en)
  • Broadway (en)
  • Commercial District (en)
  • Entertainment District (en)
  • Broadway Theater and (en)
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  • 79000484 (xsd:integer)
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  • Main Street near Gardena (en)
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  • Mission Road in Los Angeles (en)
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  • Broadway, until 1890 Fort Street, is a thoroughfare in Los Angeles County, California. The portion of Broadway from 3rd to 9th streets in the Historic Core of Downtown Los Angeles, was the city's main commercial street from the 1910s until World War II, and is the location of the Broadway Theater and Commercial District, the first and largest historic theater district listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). With twelve movie palaces located along a six-block stretch of Broadway, it is the only large concentration of movie palaces left in the United States. (en)
  • Broadway es una avenida principal de la ciudad de Los Ángeles, California. La parte de la avenida que pasa por el centro histórico de dicha ciudad forma una zona histórica de cines y teatros, oficialmente reconocida a nivel nacional y municipal. Además, la misma zona contiene muchos edificios que en la primera mitad del siglo veinte, formaban la zona de compras más importante de la ciudad, con varias grandes tiendas departamentales y replete con tiendas de ropa y productos para el hogar. En la segunda mitad del siglo XX era un centro importante de la comunidad hispana, dado que muchos cines mostraban películas mexicanas, y muchas de las tiendas se dirigían al público latino. Ahora la zona se encuentra en un proceso de gentrificación; y las tiendas latinas existen al lado de hoteles chic co (es)
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  • Broadway (Los Angeles) (en)
  • Broadway (Los Ángeles) (es)
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  • Entertainment District (en)
  • Broadway Theater and (en)
  • (City of Los Angeles) (en)
  • Commercial District (NRHP) (en)
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