New York Film Locations

 





Wolf (1994)

After publishing executive Will Randall (Jack Nicholson) is bitten by a wolf, his life begins to change. First his mood changes, and his sense of hearing and smell go into overdrive. Will has become a werewolf and he has an appetite for human blood. His newly found friend, Laura Alden (Michelle Pfeiffer) wants to help, but she doesn't know what Will is yet. If Will's new problem wasn't enough to keep him occupied he must also contend with Stewart Swinton (James Spader) who is out to get his job.


East 14th Street and Broadway, Manhattan.
   

Mayflower Hotel, 15 Central Park West and 61st Street, Manhattan.
   

Mayflower Hotel

The 74-year-old Mayflower Hotel on Central Park West btw West 61st and 62d Streets was demolished in 2004 and replaced by a new tower block.

15 Central Park West

15 Central Park West is a luxury apartment building erected in 2006-8 by Robert A.M. Stern located at 60th Street and Central Park West. It was built by developers Arthur and William Zeckendorf. 15 CPW is one of New York's most prestigious addresses. The location has been described as "the most expensive site in Manhattan", ($401 million in 2004) an entire, albeit smallish, city block on Central Park formerly occupied by the somewhat dilapidated Mayflower Hotel and a vacant lot.[2] The Mayflower was a 1926 Neo-Renaissance building by Emery Roth.

The building in in two sections, a 19-story tower on Central Park West known as "the house", and a 43-story tower on Broadway joined by a glass-enclosed lobby. It includes such amenities as a private driveway to screen residents from paparazzi.





 


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