|Broadway, circa 1860|
Times Square lies where Broadway crosses Seventh Avenue. Times Square, where stood the headquarters of The New York Times, was New York City's red-light district from approximately 1965 to 1985; the area has now been thoroughly gentrified.
|Broadway at Times Square, circa 1968|
|Broadway at Times Square, Circa 2010|
Both of the well-known performing arts landmarks, Juilliard and Lincoln Center, are located along this stretch.
It passes into Westchester County, until it forms the main street of legendary Sleepy Hollow, where it ends at the town's northern border.
|225 Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY|