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Sometimes referred to as the old Met, the Metropolitan Opera House opened on October 22, 1883. It was located at 1411 Broadway, occupying the block... more
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Sometimes referred to as "the old Met", the Metropolitan Opera House opened on October 22, 1883. It was located at 1411 Broadway, occupying the block between West 39th Street and West 40th Street. Nicknamed "The Yellow Brick Brewery" for its industrial-looking exterior, the original Met was designed by J. Cleaveland Cady and had a seating capacity of 3,625. Despite a campaign to preserve the theater, it failed to obtain landmark status and was razed in 1967. Photographed by the Detroit Publishing Company, 1905.
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