Top 5 New York Movie Apartments

New York is a beautiful city with beautiful apartments and the number of them is endless. But there are special ones. In this places, some famous movies and serials were filmed. We want to introduce the top of 5 New York movie apartments.

  • Sex and the City

1010 Fifth Avenue is a charming and luxurious pre-war co-op building. This 15-story building was designed and erected in 1928 by famed developer Frederick Fillmore French, who would later build the huge residential complexes of Tudor City and Knickerbocker Village, among other projects. The building, which has 76 apartments, was converted to a cooperative in 1979. With its handsome Italian Renaissance-style detailing, sidewalk landscaping and attractive side street entrance, 1010 Fifth Avenue is a classic example of the city’s more elegant addresses.

1010 Fifth Avenue—the fictional home of Carrie Bradshaw in the second “Sex and the City movie—was built in 1928 by real-estate developer Frederick Fillmore French, who occupied the penthouse with his family. This apartment offers views of Fifth Avenue and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The entrance hall is pictured here.

  • The Devil Wears Prada

Elegant five story plus basement Neo-Italian Renaissance style mansion, built in 1908, with elegant moldings and exquisite original details. Elevator services all floors including basement. Second service stair access all floors and additional rear stair services Basement – Third Floor. Architecturally prominent limestone and marble facade. Central double door entrance with ornate guilloche enframement flanked by windows with ironwork. Intricate roof cornice and shed lintels in the mansard roof.

The film that inspired many aspiring fashionistas to enter the rigorous world of publishing features a magnificent piece of real estate. The fictional home of the film’s antagonist Miranda Priestly, played by award-winning actress Meryl Streep, is located on the Upper East Side. The five-story home is listed at an asking price of $8.8 million and includes intricate moldings, an elevator, and double-door entrance – all encompassed in a limestone and marble façade. Meanwhile, the home next door at 128 E. 73rd St. just went on the market for a whopping $27 million.

  • The Royal Tenenbaums

339 Convent Ave, New York, NY 10031 is a single family home built in 1899. The median sales price for the Harlem area is $809,000. The $2,584,844 estimated value is 152.18% greater than the median listing price of $1,025,000 for the Harlem area.
According to the New York public records, the property at 339 Convent Ave, New York, NY 10031 has approximately 4,728 square feet, with a lot size of 2,000 square feet. Nearby schools include Ps 153 Adam Clayton Powell School, Ms 319 Marie Teresa School and High School Math Science And Engineering At Ccny. Comparable nearby homes for sale include 472 W 143rd St and 519 W 142nd St.

This off-kilter Manhattan exists in a strange parallel universe. The Tenenbaum house at “111 Archer Avenue” can be found in Harlem – it’s 339 Convent Avenue at 144th Street. The zebra wallpaper in Margot’s (Gwyneth Paltrow) room, by the way, is based on the striking patterns at Gino, 780 Lexington Avenue at East 61st Street.

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  • Glee Cast

The fourth season of the popular Fox dramedy” Glee” premiered on September 13, and found aspiring triple threat (and New York newbie) Rachel Berry dealing with a slew of common freshman problems. First on that list? Sharing a too-tiny dorm room with a horny stranger whose constant fornication is disrupting Rachel’s beauty sleep.
Serendipitously, Rachel and friend Kurt Hummel (played by Chris Colfer) relocates from Ohio to prep for his second shot at the New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts. The doe-eyed ingenues then decide to find an apartment together—an $1,800-per-month, big-enough-to-ride-bikes-in-it loft in Bushwick.

  • Green Card

60 West 76th Street is a pre-war building constructed around 1887. There are 56 apartments boasting marble floors and stairways throughout, an onyx lobby, high ceilings and large windows. The building has one of the last working “birdcage” style elevators in the entire country and a regular full-service elevator. The building consists of studio, one and two bedroom apartments. There are a full-time live-in superintendent and rentable storage.

Bronte Mitchell is a horticulturist and an environmentalist devoted to the creation of urban gardens and parks on vacant lots. The apartment on the Upper West Side that she rents has its own greenhouse. In recent times, the board of trustees have insisted that all tenants be married couples which left Bronte with a problem, until her friend, Antoine suggested that she marry French immigrant Georges Fauré, who needed a green card in order to remain in the country and it would be ideal way to agree to the terms of the trustees.

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