Humphrey Bogart Place


The four-storey brownstone is owned by the Housing Authority and is part of a low-income housing development known as the Douglass Rehabs. Humphrey Bogart was born in December 1899, and lived at 245 West 103rd Street on the Upper West Side of Manhattan until 1923. The block of 103rd Street between Broadway and West End Avenue was named after in honor of Bogart.

1923- The iconic actor, Humphrey Bogart, lived in this building from 1899 to 1923, when he moved out to join the United States Navy.

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