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This apartment was rented by Porpentina and Queenie Goldstein in 1926. Located at 679 West 24th Street in New York, it was situated upstairs and consisted of two rooms.[1]

A sitting area with a fireplace, an iron, a clotheshorse, dress maker's dummy, sofa, and assorted magazines scattered about. There was also a kitchen with a table, chairs, and cupboards stocked with the components of a meal and containing assorted dishes and cutlery. There was a bedroom, that could be closed off with a pocket door, which contained two neatly-made twin beds and a bookcase.[2][3]

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Dinner at the Goldstein's apartment

The liveliness of magic-infused housework made up for an absence of luxury. The Goldstein sisters’ landlady, Mrs Esposito, did not allow them to bring men into the building. However, Tina brought Newt Scamander and Jacob Kowalski to her and her sister's apartment in December 1927.

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New York, NY, USA
NewYork
Streets
43rd Street · 44th Street · 5th Avenue · 6th Avenue · Barclay Street · Broadway · Brooklyn Bridge · Canal Street · Centre Street · East 73rd Street · Lexington Avenue · Line Street · Lispenard Street · Macdougal Street · Manhattan Bridge · Mercer Street · Monroe Street · Pike Street · Rivington Street · Times Square · W. Elsworth Street · West 24th Street
Boroughs
The Bronx · Brooklyn · Manhattan · Queens
Neighbourhoods
11th District · Diamond District · Liberty Island · Broadway · Tribeca
No-Maj places of interest
Alonzo Zema Paper & Twine (439 Rivington Street) · Blanchard & Gable · Brobeck Theatre · Brockman Theatre · C. D. McLeod's Bargain Store and Curiosity Shop · Central Park · Central Park Zoo · Clipper Building · Columbia Bank · E. Wheeler Multigraph Machine Co. · Garrice & Sonnleitner Co. (241 Barclay Street) · Ginzberg Delaunay · Glovers Comedy Theatre · Jacob Kowalski's apartment (435 Rivington Street) · Janek & Pelowski Co. Handkerchiefs · The Kingly Court · Kowalski Quality Baked Goods (443 Rivington Street) · L. Caruso Music · M. N. Hora Co. · M. Voltolini & Co. · Macy's · Moreton Dale Canning Factory · New York City Hall · Orpheum · Pegasi Theatre · S.J. Bernstein Watches · Second Salem Church · Shaw Tower · Singer Building · Sovereign Theatre · Statue of Liberty · Steen National Bank (1790 6th Avenue) · V. Hahn's antiques shop (239 Barclay Street) · Valerie Valion Perfumers · Voclain & Co. · W. C. Morritt Theatre · Warners' Theatre · Woolworth Building (233 Broadway)
Wizarding places of interest
The Blind Pig (124 Macdougal Street) · Ebbingdales Wonders for Wizards · Fleury's Fancy Fauna (33 Centre Street) · Goldstein sisters' apartment (679 West 24th Street) · Magical Congress of the United States of America (233 Broadway) · McTawny Broomsticks · The New York Academy of House-Elf Training · Wizard Broadway
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