Even though Nikola Tesla was a celebrity in New York city, he wasn't a favored guest of many of its hotels. He had been evicted several times for non-payment and, probably even more disturbing to...
Nikola Tesla Landmarks - Page 3
Locations related to Nikola Tesla
Wardenclyffe was Tesla's most grandiose plan! He built a power plant on Long Island, New York (now Shoreham) in 1902 with the intention of sending power wirelessly around the globe.
After fire destroyed the 5th Ave. lab, Tesla rented a laboratory below Greenwich Village, near Chinatown, at 46 and 48 Houston St. This building is now the home of Soho Billiards.