This parking lot at the corner of Ludlow and Broome Streets, Manhattan, hosts Shakespeare In the Parking Lot productions by the Drilling Company.
In over 20 years, there have been over 50 productions of Shakespeare's plays for over 40,000 patrons in the Municipal Parking Lot at Ludlow and Broome Street on Manhattan's Lower East Side.
Archicritic Michael Kimmelman describes the glass-covered arcade North End Way as something that looks like the result of the Conrad Hotel ramming into the gap between itself and the 200 West Street headquarters of Goldman Sachs.
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This pool and plaza is behind Avery Fisher Hall and in front of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. It can be accessed from Josie Roberston Plaza and from West 65th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue.