Tag: The Dakota
Few public figures are as synonymous with the Upper West Side as Yoko Ono. The 90-year-old has called the hallowed halls of The Dakota home
November 22 marked the 59th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. News coverage at that time was obviously very different than it
A multimillionaire political donor who made his fortune with cardboard boxes has finally made it into The Dakota, two decades after being rejected by the
New York City is one of the biggest film industry capitals and is full of iconic film history moments. It’s almost impossible to look at
A neighborhood with history offers a rich culture and a startlingly accurate glimpse into the past. The Upper West Side is one of such neighborhoods.
Buildings rich in history aren’t hard to find on the UWS. Maybe you’re reading because you’re a big architecture buff. Or perhaps you’re just hoping
The Upper West Side has long been one of the most featured and easily recognizable neighborhoods in cinema and television. Some films feature unique UWS
The legendary Dakota has been home to many prominent figures, and still is. Here, we’re providing a list of some of the most unarguable legends
In the 1970s, the Chatsworth building at Riverside Drive and 72nd Street was a magnificent, romantic wreck. I lived on the 12th floor. There was
Central Park West is home to some of the oldest buildings in the city. The architecture found along this stretch of Manhattan is fantastically well-preserved.