'Only Murders In The Building' filming locations

14 Only Murders In The Building Filming Locations In NYC You Can Visit IRL

Strut down the streets of NYC like Selena Gomez.

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Only Murders In The Building is the perfect series for anyone who loves true crime podcasts, quirky characters, and the Upper West Side of New York City. While the apartment building where Charles (Steve Martin), Oliver (Martin Short), and Mabel (Selena Gomez) live is a key character — after all, it is about only murders in that building — there are plenty of other Only Murders In The Building filming locations in NYC. Between the first and second season, the hilarious trio have traveled from Manhattan to the Bronx and even to Long Island. If you’re looking to follow in these podcasters footsteps, you’ll first want to solve the mystery of where was Only Murders In The Building filmed?

No worries if you’re not a great detective — Charles, Oliver, and Mabel are also amateurs. Also, we’ve done all the work and have tracked down some of the most memorable Only Murders In The Building filming locations for you. Of course, this list includes the iconic Arconia, but it also includes other locations you’ll want to see if you’re a super fan like The Arconiacs. So, if you’re planning a trip to NYC, you may want to add a few of these 12 Only Murders In The Building filming locations to your agenda. While you’re there, you can recreate some of your favorite moments from the Emmy-nominated series and possibly figure out whodunnit yourself.

The Arconia
225 W 86th St, New York, NY 10024
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It wouldn’t be a list of Only Murders In The Building filming locations without The Arconia. However, IRL, The Arconia is actually The Belnord. When you visit, you’ll instantly recognize both the exterior and courtyard of this gorgeous luxury condominium on the Upper West Side, which are both used for the show.


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