The real-life Carrie Bradshaw brownstone in ‘Sex and the City’ was a tribute to African American culture

NEW YORK — For “Sex and the City fans,” when you think of Carrie Bradshaw, you think of that fabulous apartment. The show made a West Village brownstone iconic after it was used for the character’s home.

But, the real-life occupant turned his rent-controlled studio into an homage to African American art, history and culture:

The inside of the apartment. Photo courtesy Zoe London.

Zoe London toured the apartment that her father Ray Jefferson rented for 46 years before he passed away of lung cancer in 2019. It’s a space she and Zoe’s mom, Joyce London, say he occasionally shared with Sarah Jessica Parker for scenes for

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