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NYC As Seen On TV: Woody Allen's Manhattan Real Estate


<strong><em>Hannah and Her Sisters</em></strong><p>Hannah’s apartment is at the Langham, located at 135 Central Park West... which was actually Mia Farrow’s home in real life. The movie is also jam-packed with some other great <a href="http://www.movie-locations.com/movies/h/hannahand.html">New York City locations</a>, including the Dakota and the mock-Tudor village of Pomander Walk, located at 260-266 West 95th Street.</p>


<strong><em>Hannah and Her Sisters</em></strong><p>Even massive apartments can get crowded!</p>



Hannah and Her Sisters. In Lee and Frederick's apartment:


<strong><em>Hannah and Her Sisters</em></strong>


<strong><em>Hannah and Her Sisters</em></strong>



<strong><em>Hannah and Her Sisters</em></strong><p>Nice view!</p>


<strong><em>Hannah and Her Sisters</em></strong>


<strong><em>Hannah and Her Sisters</em></strong>


<strong><em>Manhattan</em></strong><p>As noted in <a href="http://www.pleasantfluff.com/2009/07/24/woody-allen/">this great essay</a> on apartment roles in Allen's film, in <em>Manhattan</em>, "Isaac’s artistic integrity costs him his beloved apartment and ends him up in a living space and living arrangement that he is uncomfortable with, one that makes strange noises and produces suspect water. Yet despite being totally uncomfortable of and in his intimate apartment, Isaac is still extremely reluctant to let Tracy spend the night there, to let her be too familiar with this architectural extension of himself."</p>


<strong><em>Manhattan</em></strong>


<strong><em>Manhattan</em></strong>



<strong><em>Manhattan</em></strong>


<strong><em>Manhattan</em></strong>


<strong><em>Manhattan</em></strong>


<strong><em>Manhattan Murder Mystery</em></strong>: Nice apartment... creepy neighbor!<p>Non-residential locations <a href="http://onthesetofnewyork.com/manhattanmurdermystery.html">include</a> the National Arts Club and the 21 Club.</p>


<strong><em>Manhattan Murder Mystery</em></strong>


<strong><em>Manhattan Murder Mystery</em></strong>



<strong><em>Manhattan Murder Mystery</em></strong>


<strong><em>Manhattan Murder Mystery</em></strong>


<strong><em>Manhattan Murder Mystery</em></strong>


<strong><em>Manhattan Murder Mystery</em></strong>


<strong><em>Manhattan Murder Mystery</em></strong>


<strong><em>Manhattan Murder Mystery</em></strong>



The original Annie Hall trailer:


<strong>Annie Hall</strong><p>Annie's apartment, spider and all, was at East 68th Street and Madison Avenue.</p>


<strong>Annie Hall</strong>


<strong><em>Melinda &amp; Melinda</em></strong><p><a href="http://onthesetofnewyork.com/melindaandmelinda.html">Here's a list</a> of the many non-residential spots featured in the film. Susan (played by Amanda Peet) lived at 112 East 91st Street and Park Avenue.</p>


<strong><em>Melinda &amp; Melinda</em></strong>


<strong><em>Melinda &amp; Melinda</em></strong>



<strong><em>Melinda &amp; Melinda</em></strong>


<strong><em>Crimes and Misdemeanors</em></strong>: Crimes &amp; Misdemeanors, Allen's dark, philosophical 1989 film, has two plot lines—one about a rich Connecticut opthamologist's troublesome relationship with a mistress—and one about a serious documentary filmmaker, played by Allen, who lives in a typical rambling pre-war Manhattan apartment.


<strong><em>Crimes and Misdemeanors</em></strong>


<strong><em>Crimes and Misdemeanors</em></strong>


Everybody Says I Love YouYou can catch views of most of the apartments in this opening clip—and here's "the penthouse on Park Avenue).