To promote the debut of Seinfeld
on Hulu, the network, with the help Jerry Seinfeld and the show’s set and prop managers, meticulously recreated the set for Jerry’s Upper West Side apartment
at Milk Studios (451 W. 14th Street) on the border of the Meatpacking District and Chelsea. The exhibit’s open to the public (and free) but for just five days — June 24-28, 2015. Besides Jerry’s apartment, there are numerous other props from the show that became pop culture references — Puddy’s New Jersey Devils jersey, George’s copy of Tropic of Cancer
that he never returned to the library, the Frogger
arcade game, and more. Photos courtesy of Hulu/Monica Schipper.