I have read the comments above about visiting Jims apartment building with interest as I found myself outside it when I was in New York in May. How did I get there? Despite not being in the main touristy areas of New York he lives on very historic Gramercy Park. In most of the guide books I looked at while planning my trip Gramercy Park was mentioned and was on self-guided walks which took you through Washington Sq Park, Union Square, Gramercy Park and to Madison Square Park. It made me a bit uncomfortable while I was planning (was I crossing a line) and then I thought that if I didn’t know he lived there I would do the walk (a great thing to do after the Highline) so I went. I did not know the exact address (deliberately did not look it up) but it was obvious from previously seen pictures which building it was. Although it was under scaffolding it is a beautiful building and I imagine people stop and stare at the architecture with no knowledge of who lives there. So I had a wander around the outside of the park and looked at all the buildings. It is a lovely part of New York but still busy with lots of people walking about. This I think is different from driving up to a secluded part of town to hang outside a stars home as you would have to do in LA.. I don’t think I would have taken photos if I happened to see Jim. I wasn’t walking around with my phone out to take pictures and by the time I would have recognised him he would have been gone. I might have smiled and said hi if he was walking towards me. I wouldn’t have waited for him to come out of the building but can imagine that you might get caught up in fan over enthusiasm in the moment and we don’t know if this particular encounter was before or after they went to the show and stage door. Misguided but not stalking in my opinion. Now if they waited outside all day or went back every day that is another matter. So I find myself agreeing with parts of all the above comments.