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10 Hidden Apartments in NYC. Pictured, the second Madison Square Garden (the last actually at Madison Square), where playboy architect Stanford White built a Moorish style building in 1890 with a 33-story tower. White had an apartment in the tower, out of public view. Not only was White married, but he also had a penchant for teenage girls which he entertained and seduced here and in his nearby row house on 24th Street.
LIFE magazine photographer Margaret Bourke-White, well-known for her images on skyscrapers in the 1920s and 30s, lived in an apartment on the 61st floor of the Chrysler Building. It was on this floor that Bourke-White herself was photographed atop one of the gargoyles in 1934. The lease was co-signed by Time, Inc. because the building wouldn’t rent it to a woman, despite her wealth and fame. She paid $387.92 per month to live there, a good amount of money at the time.
New York's stately libraries sport hidden apartments for live-in caretakers - For the first half of the 20th Century, it was common for New York's libraries to have live-in superintendents, whose families would live on-site in hidden apartments -- the last one of these apartments wasn't vacated until 2006.