Located up a six-story walkup in a private apartment on the Lower East Side, the Troll Museum is undeniably one of the most unusual sights in NYC.More
The South Bronx neighborhood Mott Haven in NYC may have an industrial past, but today has many cultural and historic reasons to visit.More
The Prince George Hotel, referred to as “hell’s embassy in manhattan” in the ’80s, is now a triumphant example of affordable housing and architectural preservation.More
Hidden in plan sight Sunset Park on the banks of the Hudson is the Brooklyn Army Terminal, a 5 million square foot industrial park built by Cass Gilbert.More
While we usually associate the Upper East Side with private clubs and fancy hotels, you might not know that it’s also home to Temple Emanu-El, the largest Reform temple in the world and one of the largest of any Jewish denomination.More
In NYC, the “city that never sleeps”, only a handful of shops are truly open 24-hours. Here’s our list of the coolest ones for your next late night endeavor.More
While “architecture” and Flushing are not two words that are normally associated, we hope you’ll be surprised to find quite a range of unique buildings and structures, ranging from an abandoned movie theater, a wooden Quaker Meeting house, stately government buildings, and the remains of the World’s Fair at Flushing Meadows.
Flushing Town Hall
Flushing can be quite daunting to the outsider who’s not familiar with the area, so we’ve put together the top 10 places for small bites.More
Though New York City is far younger than many European cities, we still have our fair share of crypts and catacombs scattered throughout the city. And some of them host unique events, for those who dare. The Church of the Intercession in Harlem, for example, hosts jazz concerts (and more) in its crypt.
The Church of the Intercession …More