Starting today, New Yorkers and visitors will have the opportunity to make a Kramer-style entrance into the apartment of Jerry Seinfeld. Sort of. A full-size recreation of Seinfeld’s Upper West Side apartment from the long-running TV show will be launching in the Meatpacking District today. The exhibit will be open to the public for just a few days in celebration of the June 24th launch of the popular television series about nothing on Hulu.
The Seinfeld apartment pop-up will be open from Wednesday, June 24 through Sunday, June 28 at 451 West 14th Street. The location is one of Milk Studio’s addresses near one of the most used entrances to the High Line, so organizers hope the recreated set will get a lot of tourist attention during its five-day run.
If you were a Seinfeld junkie back in the day, or even if you’ve just been digging on reruns, round up your three best buds and head down to the pop-up to check it out. Before you do, though, you might want to brush up on your Seinfeldisms. Just don’t yada yada yada over the best part.