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Where Would the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Live Now?

Thursday, February 7th, 2019 at 12:00pm Engel Völkers

Daniela Rava is an expert real estate advisor from Engel & Völkers New York City. With an MBA from Northeastern University and an unwavering passion for client home buying and selling needs, Daniela's service-oriented mindset and strategic marketing approaches have made her a surefire New York real estate pro. 

No spoilers ahead.

Where does the Marvelous Miriam Maisel live in the Upper West Side?

At one point in Season One, Mrs. Maisel does reveal an address of 385 Riverside Drive, but the best I can give you is a co-op in the beautiful Hendrik Hudson at 380 Riverside and that her building entrance is located at 404 Riverside. However, specifics aside, I would like to place her in today's New York City.

If I were to work with Mrs. Maisel today, where would her perfect home be?

Three requirements come to mind when searching for her new home:

  1. A door man is necessary.
  2. An Upper West Side address to keep the continuity.
  3. A lot of space for her closet...and her kids.

The following are some of the choices I found that complement her lifestyle.

If you are interested in getting an evaluation or viewing these properties on the Upper West Side, I am here to listen and find solutions for your needs. "Thank you and Good Night!"

NYC Filming Locations for the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

     

Old Town Bar: 45 East 18th Street

Old Town Bar opened in 1892 as Viemeister’s. Like many other bars, it survived Prohibition by becoming a speakeasy under the name Craig’s Restaurant. The 55-foot long mahogany and marble bar, tiled floor, wooden booths (where alcohol was stored in a compartment underneath the seats during Prohibition), vintage cash registers, and historic mirrors make Old Town Bar a popular film location in New York City for period pieces.

The Stage Deli: Artie's Delicatessen at 2290 Broadway

Artie’s Delicatessen was a former retro Upper West Side deli that closed in April of 2017. Filmed after the closing, the interior was made extra retro for the shoot. Artie’s was opened in 1999 at 2290 Broadway by Artie Cutler, who also ran the chain of Ollie’s Chinese restaurants and Carmine’s, the Italian restaurant. To view more locations, read the article here.

First option: The Apthorp, a building that will surely impress everyone at the Catskills.

390 West End Avenue, New York, NY

Intimate living at a grand scale for over a century, The Apthorp has been a celebrated, yet serene enclave in the heart of New York’s Upper West Side. Conceived in 1908 as the largest, most ambitious apartment house ever built, each of its apartments were unique designs, created with the kind of craftsmanship that today is priceless.

Second option: 535 West End Avenue that has a spacious living room for all her hosting needs.

535 West End Avenue, New York, NY

Evoking the distinguished luxury of pre-war living, 535 West End Avenue takes its place among the tree-lined streets and the rich architectural history of the storied Upper West Side. Designed by Lucien Lagrange Architects, the grand layouts of the magnificent 22 half and full floor residences, ranging from 3,744 to 8,451 square feet, embody the essence of New York’s greatest apartment houses.

Third option: The Belnord that has an amazing exterior and will guarantee they "get the rabbi".

225 West 86th Street, New York, NY

Midway between Central Park and Riverside Park at the center of the vibrant Upper West Side, The Belnord is a masterpiece re-imagined. Architect Robert A.M. Stern, a New York landmark himself, has transformed The Belnord, blending the inimitable quality of the Gilded Age with the innovative spirit of life today. Here, one of the greatest turn-of-the-century residences, a designated local and national landmark has been reborn as a contemporary icon reflecting the city’s most glorious epoch.

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