The Campanile is located on East 52nd Street in New York City. It was here that actress Greta Garbo lived for the last 37 years of her life. The 14 story brick building sits at the end of a cul-de-sac near the East River and afforded the reclusive actress the privacy she sought for many years. The actress had made her last film, Two-Faced Woman, in 1941 and the critical drubbing bothered her so much that she was wary of future film parts. Over the years several roles were offered, but she took none of them. By the late 40's she had relocated to New York and in 1953 she purchased a seven room apartment on the fifth floor of the Campanile. She lived here for the next several decades, refusing interviews and public appearances, until her death in 1990 at age 84. Another prominent resident of the Campanile was drama critic, radio personality, New Yorker Magazine columnist, and member of the Algonquin Round Table, Alexander Woollcott. He lived here, on a third floor apartment, from 1927 to 1936.