A brownstone, in decent shape, at 17 E. 126th Street, NYC:
Noella Cotto had no idea that the building she liked as a perfect place had played an historic supporting role in American pop culture when, in 1958, 57 of the coolest cats in jazz assembled there to have their picture taken for a special issue of Esquire magazine.
Really amazing interactive link!
How a Harlem brownstone was immortalized when the living legends of jazz assembled there for an iconic photograph.
thanks to Stephan J. for info