Residents have included Christine Quinn, Chelsea Clinton, Tim Gunn, Susan Sontag, and Annie Liebovitz.
I've been an S&M bottom there. Really.
I've bitch-fucked a couple of dudes in that building. Good times...
What's the difference between fucking and bitch-fucking, R5?
I moved in 4 years ago and have lived here since.
r7, I remember visiting a relative there thirty years ago. Each apartment had a wall phone in the kitchen. Tenants could dial each other and reach shops. Does your apartment still have one?
I have been in the Sontag unit. Friends from Toronto sublet it for a few years. The wrap-around outdoor space alone made it to die for.
Second linky also stinky.
There are phones that are linked to the doormen but I think you can call other apartments too. You can call the office on that phone.
I don't know if this is a sensationalist urban legend but I've heard that by the early 90s, during the apex of the AIDS epidemic, over a quarter of the residents living at London Terrace were dead and that some of the older, straight residents complained that the building was starting to resemble a hospice center.
I hear that was Zill Jarin organizing the older residents, R12.
The article at the second link describes it as a massive single-family home. So, one unit or multiples?
R15 The second part of the page you are referring to is a Hitlerian bunker on 12th and Greenwich in the Village. The first part is London Terrace. You get a C- in reading comprehension.
So THAT'S what it's called. I've always wondered on visits to NYC. Can anyone tell me what is inside those pergolas or whatever-the-fuck you call them on the roof? Are they just empty pigeon roosts?
For that matter what is any those temple-like rooftop structures that a lot of old Manhattan buildings, such as the Sam Remo, have? Do residents use them for picnics, pagan rites, or what?