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Albert Hotel

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Located in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York, the Albert Hotel was home for Thomas Wolfe from 1923 until 1926. The hotel was named for an earlier resident, artist Albert Ryder. From its opening in 1887, the Albert was home, hotel and hang-out for generations of artists, activists, writers, poets and musicians. The Hotel Albert was listed on the United State’s National Register of Historic Places in June, 2012. Today, the Albert is a flourishing cooperative of apartments.

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Albert Hotel


New York (Manhattan)