34 hydraulic lifting posts pushed the theatre box to the building's third floor, freeing up street-level space for retailers
NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. (KABC) -- A Broadway institution is now on a whole other level.
The historic Palace Theatre in New York City is now 30 feet higher, thanks to a high-tech preservation project.
Thirty-four hydraulic lifting posts pushed the 14-million pound theatre box to the building's third floor, freeing up some street-level space for retailers.
The Palace Theatre opened in 1913 and is one of Broadway's oldest theaters.