What may become the city’s next elevated, pedestrian and bike path, now named the QueensWay, is still very much just another ghost of New York’s past.
An exclusive peek at what Manhattan looked like before the grid, an upcoming exhibit at Museum of City of the City of New York.
Mayor Bloomberg has shown through this program, in a very sexy industrial-chic sort of way, that losing New York City's title as one of the fashion capitals of the world is simply out of the question.
The Tiffany Street Pier in Barretto Point Park has had some unfortunate encounters with lightning and fire, but the new incarnation is a welcome respite from the city.
On the eastern side of the Shore Haven section of the Bronx, most of the waterfront is parkland. However, between Pugsley Creek and Kane’s Parks, a rather un-green, rather mucky gap of shore is home to, oddly enough, a single sunken barge.
Where to go when you find yourself in need of pre-war toilets, subway signs, London telephone booths, tandem bicycles and the like.