WEST 45TH STREET


302
-Martin Beck Theatre 12

305
-Astor Apartments 1

317-319
-Longacre House 2 , 3 , 13
-Graduate Nurses Club 2 , 3


-Longacre Hotel 2 , 3 , 4

320
-Private Eyes (topless bar), tenant 5

325
Whitby
-Residential hotel 1934 1
-Apartment building 1

330
-Town House 1

332
-restaurant, (where Judge Crater was last seen) 13

341
-Hildona Court 1

354
-Gran Logia De Lengia Esponola, tenant 6

405
-The Chatsworth

410
-Formerly Bretheran Church
-Crossroads Seventh Day Adventist Church

423
-building, (Charleton Heston once tenant) 13

520
-PS 51 6 ,7 ,8 ,9 , 10 , 11 , 14

522
-Vacant garage 14
-Shamrock Stables 14

NOTES

1 Thomas E. Norton.  Living It Up.  (New York:  Atheneum,  1984).

2 New York Times 15 Jul. 1943:  Real Estate Section  [at New York Public Library,  U.S. History, Local History and Genealogy. Scrapbook of New York City]

3 "Sold by Astor. West 45th St. Building sold. Investor Buys Longacre House from Astor,"  The New York Sun  5  Jan.  1931.

4 Al Amateau,  "1995 From a Reporter's Notebook,"  Chelsea Clinton News  10  Jan.  1995:  7.

5 Al Amateau,  "Let's Get 'Rowdy Law' And Shut Topless Bar,"  Chelsea Clinton News  23  Oct.  1996:  1.

6 Directory of Agencies of the Chelsea-Clinton Welfare and Health Council, December 1954.

7 Paul Schwartzman,   "Parents, teachers voice support for Economedes,"   Chelsea Clinton News   4   Jul.   1985.

8 Al Amateau,   "Clinton asks the city for a say in building,"   Chelsea Clinton News   1   Aug   1985: 1.

9 Paul Schwartzman,   "P.S.51 charge unfounded superintendent says"   Chelsea Clinton News   13   Jun.   1985:   1.

10 Matthew Heller & Lisa Lebowitz,   "Fear reigns at PA 51,"   Village Voice   25   Jun.   1985.

11 Paul Schwartzman,   "Views abound in assessing Clinton school,"   Chelsea Clinton News   20   Jun.   1985.

12 AIA Guide to New York City.  3rd Edition. (New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1988)

13 Mary Brendle.   Clinton/Hell's Kitchen and its Women.   Mary Brendle,   1997.

14 Kelly Crow,   "Parents Say Stable's New Site Means Dust and Distraction for Children,  "New York Times   22   Oct.   2000:   CY6.  



Updated October 27, 2002