Places tagged Residential

Place Name Neighborhood Borough
1-19 Beak St. Inwood Manhattan A striking Art Deco apartment building
109 Washington St. Financial District Manhattan Tenement in the heart of vanished "Little Syria"
1520 Sedgwick Ave. Morris Heights Bronx Hip hop pioneer Kool DJ Herc held his first parties here
206 Bowery Bowery Manhattan The last surviving Federal-style row house on Bowery
27 Cooper Square East Village Manhattan Former home of many notable writers, musicians and painters
339 W. 29th St. Chelsea Manhattan Former home of prominent abolitionists
35 Spring St. Little Italy Manhattan 19th century Federal-style row house
412 E. 85th St. Upper East Side Manhattan Unusual wooden farmhouse amid the New York City grid
440 E. 51st St. Turtle Bay Manhattan Home of Peggy Guggenheim and Max Ernst
555 Hudson Street Greenwich Village Manhattan Former residence of author and activist Jane Jacobs
647 Hudson St. "Almanac House" West Village Manhattan Former home of singer Woody Guthrie & the Almanac Singers
A Gathering of the Tribes East Village Manhattan Iconic East Village gallery and performance space
ABC No Rio Lower East Side Manhattan Center for volunteerism, art & activism
Akwaaba Mansion Bed & Breakfast Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn A black-owned Bed & Breakfast and the only one in Bed-Stuy
Alice Austen House Rosebank Staten Island Historic home of photographer that exhibits her works
Alice Neel Residence East Harlem Manhattan Former home of Spanish Harlem portrait painter & WPA artist
Alku and Alku Toinen Finnish Co-ops Sunset Park Brooklyn The first non-profit housing cooperatives in the U.S., organized by the Finnish Home Building Association
Almanac House Greenwich Village Manhattan Residence of folk revival musicians, the Almanac Singers
Amalgamated Housing Cooperative Kingsbridge Bronx Cooperative housing built in the 1920's and still existing
American Sri Lanka Buddhist Association Port Richmond Staten Island Sri Lankan Buddhist vihara on Staten Island
Andrea Phillips' House West Brighton Staten Island Collage artist's home and gallery
Archie Bunker's House Glendale Queens House featured on groundbreaking 1970's sitcom, "All in the Family"
Ardea, The Greenwich Village Manhattan Brick and brownstone detailed apartments built for the executives of the Hearn department store
Audubon Park Washington Heights Manhattan Residential neighborhood on John James Audubon's former estate
Barbizon Hotel Upper East Side Manhattan
Betty Smith House Woodhaven Queens The house where "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" was written
Broken Angel Clinton Hill Brooklyn Artistically modified home with features like found-item stained glass windows and a roof-top camera obscura
Bronx River Houses Bronx River Bronx Housing project important in hip hop history
Brooklyn Navy Yard Center at BLDG 92 Fort Greene Brooklyn Adapted public gateway to the Brooklyn Navy Yard
Cardinal Bevilacqua House Woodhaven Queens The boyhood home of the cardinal of Philadelphia
Christmas House Pelham Gardens Bronx Every year, this house is extensively adorned with hand-made holiday decorations
Cicely Tyson House East Harlem Manhattan Childhood home of the famous actress
City and Suburban Homes Yorkville Manhattan Model tenements built are an example of housing reform
Confucius Plaza Chinatown Manhattan Limited-equity housing cooperative built to house Manhattan's Chinatown community
Convent Avenue between 140th & 150th Streets Hamilton Heights Manhattan Street with architectural, historic and cultural significance
Dorie Miller Residential Cooperative Corona Queens Queens residential co-op named for the first African American recipient of the Navy Cross
Dorothy Height's Residence (464 West 152nd Street) Hamilton Heights Manhattan Civil Rights activist Dorothy Height's long-time residence
Dyckman House Inwood Manhattan The oldest remaining farmhouse in Manhattan
Ear Inn (in the James Brown House) Tribeca Manhattan A popular bar since the late-1800's in an 1817 building
Edward Hopper Residence Greenwich Village Manhattan The artist's home for over 50 years
Electchester Pomonok Queens Cooperative housing development resulting from the joint effort of a union and management
Emma Lazarus Residence Greenwich Village Manhattan Former home of author and activist
Fanny Fern Residence Gramercy Manhattan Former home of Sara Willis Parton, feminist writer and the first female with a regular newspaper column
First Presidential Mansion Civic Center Manhattan President George Washington's first NYC home (site of)
Fluxhouse Cooperative II SoHo Manhattan The first organized cooperative loft building for artists in SoHo
Franklin Plaza Cooperatives and Gardens East Harlem Manhattan Housing projects transformed by local residents
Grace Court Alley Brooklyn Heights Brooklyn Block of intact historic carriage houses
Harlem River Houses Sculptures Central Harlem Manhattan WPA sculptures in a landmark public housing development
Henry Street Settlement Headquarters Lower East Side Manhattan Historic headquarters of a progressive Lower East Side community services center
Hope Gardens Project Bushwick Brooklyn A housing project that women and minorities helped build