New York Film Locations

 





Addicted to Love (1997)

Small-town astronomer Sam (Matthew Broderick) is devastated when his fiancée, Linda (Kelly Preston), leaves him for French chef Anton Depeaux (Tcheky Karyo) during an out-of-town vacation. Obsessed, Sam follows her to New York City and moves in across the street from Linda and Anton's apartment, where he spies on them and records their lives. One day he is joined by Maggie (Meg Ryan), Anton's equally vengeful ex-girlfriend, and the two plot to break up the new couple.


Subway, 5th Avenue (btw East 22nd and 23rd Streets) Manhattan.
  This subway exit is next the Flatiron Building.  

Wooster Street and Grand Street, Manhattan.
   

Anton's Apartment, 35 Wooster Street and Grand Street, Manhattan.
   

Sam and Maggie's Squat, 42 Wooster Street and Grand Street, Manhattan.
   

Broome Street and Greene Street, Manhattan.
   

Prince Street (btw Sullivan Street and Thompson Street) Manhattan.
   

Jones Street (btw Bleecker Street and West 4th Street) Manhattan.
   

(Near) 935 Broadway (btw East 21st and 22nd Streets) Manhattan.
  The ATM machine is no longer at this location.  

(Near) 468 Broome Street and Greene Street, Manhattan.
   

Prince Street (btw Wooster and Greene Street) Manhattan.
   

Washington Square Gardens, Greenwich Village, Manhattan.
   

Washington Square Park

Washington Square Park is one of the best-known of New York City's 1,900 public parks. At 9.75 acres (39,500 m2), it is a landmark in the Manhattan neighbourhood of Greenwich Village, as well as a meeting place and centre for cultural activity. It is operated by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. An open space with a tradition of nonconformity, the park's fountain area has long been one of the city's popular spots for residents and tourists. Most of the buildings surrounding the park now belong to New York University. Some of the buildings have been built by NYU, others have been converted from their former uses into academic and residential buildings. The university rents the park for its graduation ceremonies, and uses the Arch as a symbol. Although NYU considers the park to be the core of the school's campus, Washington Square remains a public park, which local residents have protected as an essential part of the neighbourhood.

Restaurant Francais, 180 Prince Street (btw Sullivan & Thompson Streets) Manhattan.
   

Prince Street and Thompson Street, Manhattan.
   





 


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