New York Film Locations

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010)

Last Updated: Dec 2014

In 2001, corporate raider Gordon Gecko (Michael Douglas) completes a prison sentence for money laundering. No one is there to meet him. Jump seven years: Gecko is promoting his book, his estranged daughter Winnie is a political muckraker engaged to Jake Moore (Shia LaBeouf), a hot-shot Wall Street trader, and an old nemesis of Gecko's, Bretton James, devours the firm Jake works for. When Jake's mentor takes his life, Jake wants revenge and Gordon may be the perfect ally. With the fiscal crisis of September 2008 as background, can Jake maintain Winnie's love, broker a rapprochement with her father, get his revenge, and find funds for a green-energy project he champions; or will greed trump all?

otsoNY Comments: Special thanks to Clifford Luyt for this location.

Shia LaBeouf's Apartment, 31 West 21st Street (btw 5th & 6th Avenues) Manhattan.


BVLGARI Store, 730 5th Avenue and West 57th Street, Manhattan.


Gordon's Apartment, 161 West 61st Street and Amsterdam Avenue, Manhattan.


Shun Lee Restaurant, 43 West 65th Street and Columbus Avenue, Manhattan.


Central Park Zoo, Central Park, Manhattan.


Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue and East 82nd Street, Manhattan.


Winter Garden Atrium, World Financial Center, 220 Vesey Street, Manhattan.


Borders Bookstore, 100 Broadway and Pine Street, Manhattan.


Battery Park, Manhattan.


Winnie Gekko's Apartment, 41 Charlton Street and 6th Avenue, Manhattan.



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