New York, NY
SEATING CAPACITY: 1300
The building boasted the first rooftop theatre in New York. It was also the first legitimate theatre to be designed exclusively for the performance of musicals.
Demolished at the same time as the Knickerbocker Theatre to make way for the expanding garment district.
The original seating capacity was 875. But the building burned in 1903 and was rebuilt in 1905 and the seating was expanded to 1300.