The Cotton Club was filmed in New York in the United States of America.
Grand Central Terminal
Scene was shot While colloquially known as Grand Central Station, this building has borne its current name since its construction in 1903 to replace the older Grand Central Depot. The train station houses 44 platforms, more than any other station in the world, all of which are below ground split into two levels. The most famous part of the station is the cavernous Main Concourse topped with an elaborate astronomical mural designed by architect Whitney Warren and artist Paul César Helleu.
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The Plaza Hotel New York
Scene was shot None
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Vera Cicero's Apartment
Scene was shot The Apthorp is a Italian Renaissance Revival apartment building constructed in 1908 for William Waldorf Astor by the architectural firm Clinton & Russell. At the center of the building is a cobblestone courtyard and driveway. The building was sold in 2006 and converted to condominiums in 2008 which sold for around $3,000 per square foot.
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