HISTORIC SITES

1342 Lexington Avenue

Andy Warhol Residence

Pioneering pop artist Andy Warhol lived in this house from 1960 until 1972, during the most creative period of his... Learn More

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162 West 21st Street

Tseng Kwong Chi Residence & Studio

The openly gay photographer Tseng Kwong Chi, a central figure in the 1980s downtown arts scene, lived and worked in... Learn More

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360 Central Park West

Harvey Milk & Joe Campbell Residence

Future LGBT rights icon Harvey Milk lived with his boyfriend Joe Campbell in an apartment in this building across the... Learn More

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254 West 54th Street

Studio 54 (originally Gallo Opera House)

In 1977, Studio 54 opened and became one of the world’s most famous discos with a fusion of gay, bisexual,... Learn More

Bars, Clubs & Restaurants
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Flushing Meadows-Corona Park

New York State Pavilion

Architect Philip Johnson and artists Robert Indiana, Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Rauschenberg, and Andy Warhol are all associated with the New... Learn More

Public Spaces
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189 Bleecker Street

San Remo Café

The San Remo Café was a Greenwich Village Italian restaurant and bar that became a famous Bohemian hangout in the... Learn More

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82 West 3rd Street

Tenth of Always / Bonnie & Clyde

Tenth of Always operated on the raised ground floor here from around 1968 to 1972 and was where artist Andy... Learn More

Bars, Clubs & Restaurants
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2 Spring Street

Robert Indiana Residence & Studio

Robert Indiana, a pioneering Pop artist whose gay identity was often obliquely expressed in his paintings, sculptures, and prints, lived... Learn More

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62 Montague Street

Willard Maas & Marie Menken Residence

Bisexual poet-filmmaker-educator Willard Maas and his wife, visual artist-filmmaker Marie Menken, resided in this building from at least 1940 to... Learn More

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230 West 74th Street

Continental Baths at the Ansonia Hotel

Between 1968 and 1976, the Continental Baths operated out of the basement space of the then-dilapidated Ansonia Hotel. The legendary... Learn More

Bars, Clubs & Restaurants
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124-130 West 43rd Street

Stephen Sondheim Theater (originally Henry Miller’s Theater)

Opened in 1918 as Henry Miller’s Theater, this venue has staged multiple productions involving major LGBT performers and characters, including... Learn More

Performance Venues
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1 West 72nd Street

Dakota Apartments

The Dakota, the famed apartment building on Central Park West, has long been a home for celebrities, including notable LGBT... Learn More

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101 East 63rd Street

Hirsch Residence / Halston Residence

In 1966, real estate lawyer Alexander Hirsch and his partner Lewis Turner commissioned architect Paul Rudolph to remodel their residence... Learn More

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24 Bond Street

Robert Mapplethorpe Residence & Studio

Robert Mapplethorpe was one of the most influential and controversial photographers of the 20th century, known as much for his... Learn More

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235 West 46th Street

Billy Rose’s Diamond Horseshoe Nightclub

From 1938 to 1951, entertainment impresario Billy Rose operated one of New York City’s most opulent and successful nightclubs, the... Learn More

Performance Venues
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324 East 14th Street

Jackie Curtis Residence

From 1974 to 1985, prolific playwright, director, performer, poet, and Warhol Superstar, Jackie Curtis, resided in the second floor, front... Learn More

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254 East 3rd Street

Paul Thek Residence & Studio

Paul Thek, who lived and worked at 254 East 3rd Street in at least the late 1960s, was a visual... Learn More

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