2. Andy Warhol’s First Studio 159 East 87th St.

In 1962, Andy Warhol rented the Hook and Ladder Company 13 firehouse at 158 East 87th Street for $150 a month. He used the second floor of the firehouse as a studio, where he created some of his earliest works such as his acclaimed Death and Disaster series. According to The Real Deal, the firehouse is currently on the market for $9.975 million.