1: Sculptor Theodore
Roszak lived here.
4: Served as Audrey Hepburn's apartment in Wait Until Dark
5: The houses from here to No. 16 were built 1852-53.
6: Residence of Jazz Age Mayor Jimmy Walker; note mayoral lamps. He left here in 1932 when he resigned and
fled to Europe under a cloud of scandal; the house was sold in 1934 for nonpayment of taxes.
10: Exterior for The Cosby Show
11: Masses editor
Max Eastman was raided by police here in 1920; psychedelic guru
Timothy Leary was raided by police in 1965.
12: Novelist Sherwood Anderson
lived here in 1923. Later it was the home of
a flapper whose body was discovered in New York Harbor,
sparking a mystery that dominated the papers in the
summer of 1931.
12 1/2: This was the home of civil rights
attorney Leonard Boudin--and of his daughter, Weather
Underground member Kathy Boudin.
Marianne Moore lived here (1918-1929); in 1925, she became editor of The Dial.
Jared French lived here; in 1947, novelist E.M. Forster stayed with them while
visiting New York.
Theodore Dreiser began An American Tragedy while living here (1922-23).
17: Journalist Linda Ellerbee has reportedly
lived here. This is the last St. Lukes address--the rest of the block,
after the bend, has Leroy Street numbering.