1. 57 Great Jones Street Who: Jean-Michel Basquiat What: Home & Studio Now: Butcher Shop Back in the 80's, Andy Warhol owned this loft space in SoHo and rented it out to Jean-Michel Basquiat. It was here that Basquiat created much of his best artwork and eventually met his demise from a heroin overdose in 1988. In contrast, 57 Great Jones Street is now home to a butcher shop that specializes in imported Japanese beef for local restaurants. Weird? A little.