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Place Explorer: Residential

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
Hope Gardens Project Bushwick Brooklyn A housing project that women and minorities helped build
James Beard House Greenwich Village Manhattan Chef James Beard lived and worked here, and it now houses the James Beard Foundation
King Manor Museum Jamaica Center Queens The former home of a signer of the Constitution, now a museum
Knickerbocker Village Chinatown Manhattan Historically significant residential complex between the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges
Louis Armstrong House Museum Corona Queens Queens museum and cultural center in former residence of important jazz musician
MacDougal Alley Greenwich Village Manhattan A mews once occupied by artists and arts patrons
Manhattan Plaza Clinton Manhattan Subsidized apartments for people in theater professions
Marcel Duchamp's Studio (former) Chelsea Manhattan Dada artist's Chelsea studio where he created Étant donnés
Marjorie Eliot's Parlor Jazz Washington Heights Manhattan Regular Sunday parlor jazz concert series
Mark Rothko's Studio (former) Upper East Side Manhattan The painter's last studio
Marx Brothers Place Carnegie Hill Manhattan Childhood home of the Marx Brothers and its special streetscape
Mathews Model Flats Ridgewood Queens Early working-class housing
Metro North Community East Harlem Manhattan Tenement neighborhood rebuilt with new affordable housing
Middagh Street Studio Apartments (former) Brooklyn Heights Brooklyn Brooklyn's first federally-subsidized housing for artists
Midwood Park Stanchions Midwood Brooklyn Markers of Brooklyn's days as a suburb
Mosaic House Boerum Hill Brooklyn Private home transformed into work of art
North Richmond Hill Richmond Hill Queens Suburban style historic neighborhood
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Monastery (former) Crown Heights Brooklyn Home of Catholic nuns since 1909
Park West Village Upper West Side Manhattan Large housing complex, built as 1950s urban renewal project
Parkway Village Kew Gardens Queens Built as housing for United Nations staff
Pleasant Village East Harlem Manhattan 19th century enclave in East Harlem, partially demolished
Prospect Park South Historic District Prospect Park South Brooklyn Landmark district designated in 1979
Pvt. Danny Chen's former apartment Chinatown Manhattan Apartment where Pvt. Chen lived with his family
Red Hook Houses Red Hook Brooklyn Public housing complex, integral to the history of Red Hook
Roosevelt House Upper East Side Manhattan Former home of President Roosevelt & family, now Hunter College's Public Policy Institute
Roosevelt Island Roosevelt Island Manhattan Historic and modern buildings mark the history of this island
Sandy Ground Rossville Staten Island Community founded by free-blacks in the early 1800s
Seward Park Housing Murals Lower East Side Manhattan 1939 murals depicting Franklin Roosevelt and Einstein, among others
Sixth Avenue Jazz Loft Midtown South Manhattan After hours hangout for jazz musicians from 1954 to 1964
Spanish Camp (site of) Annadale Staten Island Activist Dorothy Day's residence during the last decade of her life
St. Agnes Apartments Harlem Manhattan Home to African American man of the theater and unionist, Frederick O'Neal
Strivers' Row Harlem Manhattan Townhouses that attracted the elite of Harlem society
Stuyvesant Heights Historic District Stuyvesant Heights Brooklyn Neighborhood renowned for its 19th century brownstones
Sunnyside Gardens Sunnyside Gardens Queens Neighborhood designed with "garden city" plan
Two Bridges Neighborhood Council Lower East Side Manhattan Long-standing community-based organization
Vander Ende-Onderdonk House Ridgewood Queens Oldest Dutch stone farmhouse in NYC
Weeksville Heritage Center Weeksville Brooklyn Houses belonging to 19th century free-black community
Westbeth West Village Manhattan Largest artist community in the world
Whitestone Housing Cluster Whitestone Queens An architecturally diverse group of housing
Williams Memorial Residence Upper West Side Manhattan Senior housing sponsored by the Salvation Army
Windemere Apartments Clinton Manhattan Late 19th century middle class housing
Workingwoman's Home (former) Chinatown Manhattan Housing for working women