Columbia University; Firehouse, Hook & Ladder Company # 8 in TriBeCa as their office.
The New York City Public Library on 5th Ave was also used along with the building located at: 55 Central Park West (actually at 66th St.) was known as “Spook Central.”
The movie also featured one of my favorite ambulance conversions a 1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor.
I enjoyed seeing the old blue and gold New York license plates. I also liked “Ghostbusters II.” which had the Statue of Liberty, along with some other New York gems. Here they also pointed out the Statue of Liberty license plate too and wove it into the script.
Columbia University was featured.
14 North Moore St., was their main headquarters, which was FDNY Ladder 8 featured in the 1984 version.
“The Taking of Pelham One Two Three”
Gracie Mansion, East End Avenue and 88th Street, Manhattan.
Astor Place and Lafayette Street, Manhattan
Court Street Station, Brooklyn.
Grand Central Terminal, 89 East 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue, Manhattan.
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel 301 Park Avenue (between E 49th & 50th Street) Manhattan.
The Manhattan Bridge East River located in Lower Manhattan.
“You’ve Got Mail” (1998)
As for “You’ve Got Mail,” it was a clever AOL tag that had me hooked on this romance movie. Kind of sappy but reminded me of talking with people in the old days of AOL.
It’s why I changed my AOL email to John31NYC because in a chat room they’d ask what’s your name, how old are you and where are you from.
Now some 23 years later it’s still my email address and when it appeared on my resume I hoped that they thought I was much younger than advertised. I guess its perception that counts.
Filmed on the Upper West Side.
The Shop Around the corner-106 West 69th Street
Fox and Sons Books-Broadway between 66th and 67th Streets
Cafe Lalo-83rd Street and Amsterdam
H&H Bagels-2239 Broadway
Zabar’s-at 80th Street and Broadway
The ending of the movie takes place in Riverside Park’s 91st Street Garden.