A recent Atlas Obscura tour with the Newtown Creek Alliance took us through Long Island City's most rapidly developing areas.
WAVES is an initiative led by Mayor Bloomberg to establish a sustainable plan for NYC's waterfront.
With growing evidence suggesting that phone booths are obsolete, designers have begun to re-imagine these structures as much more than a convenient calling mechanism.
The Young Architects of Spain exhibition celebrates the best Spanish architects under 40 as determined by an international jury of renowned architects.
Who knew that such small dots had such great power? Yayoi Kusama's retrospective at the Whitney Museum.
As the weather starts to heat up, more people are looking for alternative forms of transportation and perhaps little ocean breeze.
The bungalows of New York are a hidden gem, revealing the great seaside culture that once facilitated a get-away for the working class.
Obscurity, discovery and wonder in the depths of Gowanus, Brooklyn hosted by Atlas Obscura.
Beer tasting, live music, seminars, and great food? Sounds like the place to be!
As New York State moves forward with the future construction of the Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing, could the Tappan Zee Bridge become a park?