177A Bleecker Street
In this scene from the 2002 film GANGS OF NEW YORK, Finbar Furey performs the song (also a sea chantey) "New York Girls" ("Can't Ye Dance the Polka?"). The song probably came about during the polka fad of the 1840s. The film, incidentally, is set in the early 1860s. The version sung appears to be drawn mainly from sea chantey collector William Doerflinger's book (1951).
My favorite version of New York Girls
The Marcy Playground song Vampires of New York on their debut album Marcy Playground (album) mentions "all the whores on Bleecker Street."