After a massive renovation, the 50,000-square-foot Henry Miller’s Theatre on West 43rd Street in Times Square is poised to reopen as the first Broadway theater designed and built according to the U.S. Green Building Council's standards. The owners (The Durst Organization and Bank of America) are applying for an LEED Gold rating for the theater, which was built behind the preserved and restored neo-Georgian façade of the original 1918 theater. According to the theater's publicist, 25 percent of the construction materials was locally sourced (originating within a 500-mile radius), and a minimum 85 percent of construction and demolition debris was diverted from landfill and instead was recycled. There's also good news for ladies in the audience: the women's restroom has a breathtaking 22 stalls, three times the code requirement. (The men's bathroom sports waterless urinals.) And 95% of the air is filtered, with carbon dioxide sensors to maximize fresh air supply. The bad news? The 1,055 seat theater will open in October with irrelevant cornball musical comedy Bye Bye Birdie, starring John Stamos.