A new elevated park atop a parkinig garage in Copenhagen is demonstrating that urban space can function three-dimensionally with a mix of functions.
Co-op City, located in the northeast Bronx on NYC's urban periphery, is highly visible but remains an enigma to most New Yorkers. It is worth a closer look.
The Bronx River Alliance, which has been restoring New York City's only freshwater river, will soon move into its new home, Bronx River House in Starlight Park.
Inwood, located at the northern end of Manhattan, is both bustling and bucolic. Here are 20 must-visit spots in this one of a kind NYC neighborhood.
An untapped gem of NYC, the "marble palace" at 280 Broadway built by A.T. Stewart as America's first department store, is full of other forgotten history.
As demonstrated by the stories of 10 representative projects, over the past decade a new type of housing has emerged in NYC that is both green and affordable.
Street Creeks, a strategy to reduce combined sewer overflows (CSOs) and manage stormwater runoff in urban runways like the Gowanus Canal by Atema Arhitecture
The Bronx in NYC is home to an unheralded but impressive array of Postmodern architectural gems built over the last few decades that enhance its building stock.
NYC's Fire Alarm Telegraph Stations stand as relics of the city's efforts to improve its fire fighting system while also providing attractive civic architecture
"Reclaimed Ground," about Hunters Point South, will be one of several short films screened at the Spring Exhibitions Opening at the Queens Museum in NYC.