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Movies for (Real Estate) Lovers

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Combine a love for movies with a passion for New York real estate (yeah, we totally get you), and what results is a round-up of the eight(ish) best movies featuring city property in any way, shape, or form. Thanks to Brick Underground, we know we have to rewatch Rosemary's Baby for The Dakota, Barefoot in the Park for Robert Redford and Jane Fonda's Greenwich Village walk-up, and Breakfast at Tiffany's for Audrey Hepburn's old-school UES pad. Oh, and almost anything by Woody Allen. But the best line has to be from When Harry Met Sally, when Billy Crystal shares this sage advice: "What's so hard about finding the apartment? You read the obituaries, go the building, and you tip the doorman..." [BU]