The Macy’s at 34th Street in Herald Square is still in renovation but one question on many a vintage-fan's mind is: Will they replace the wooden escalators?
A look at the NYC film locations in the original Men in Black, many which have popped up on our radar for preservation issues.
The Wooden House Project is a Brooklyn-based initiative that encourages the preservation of standing and historically significant wooden houses in Brooklyn.
While the iconic Jefferson Market Library is the most well known to preservationists, many former libraries in the East Village also have a rich history.
This week, four quirky urban projects caught our attention, from photographing door numbers in London for each day of the
Did you know that the New York City public school system use to have its own custom made cast brass doorknobs?
Our piece about our favorite non-fiction NYC books was such a hit, readers submitted their own favorites. Here are the books you told us were not to be missed.
In Red Hook, Brooklyn artist Greg Kloehn gives us a tour of the house he's built out of a dumpster, and a preview of his next projects.
Civic Virtue, a controversial statue in NYC, has been moved around several times and denied conservation because politicians have found it sexist.
On September 7th, the innovative community supported agriculture program Local Roots NYC will launch The Good Festival at Brooklyn Fire Proof in Bushwick.