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Green Card Apartment

Film: Green Card
Home: Bronte Mitchell
Address: 60 West 76th Street, Manhattan.

The apartment building was built in 1894 and designed by Henry Andersen.

Additional Film Locations: Green Card


Bronte Mitchell is a horticulturalist and an environmentalist devoted to the creation of urban gardens and parks on vacant lots. The apartment on the Upper West Side that she rents has its own greenhouse. In recent times, the board of trustees have insisted that all tenants be married couples which left Bronte with a problem, until her friend, Antoine suggested that she marry French immigrant Georges Fauré, who needed a green card in order to remain in the country and it would be ideal way to agree to the terms of the trustees.

otsoNY Comments: The apartment building was used for interior and exterior use and is still there for fans to see.

The apartment building was built in 1894 and designed by Henry Andersen. It is a grand 56 unit pre-war apartment building with an onyx lobby and marble floors throughout, located in the heart of the Upper West Side. The building is on the corner of Columbus Avenue and just one block from Central Park, the New York Historical Society, and the American Museum of Natural History. The building also has a live-in, full-time superintendent.





 


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