Church Avenue is not only a subway stop it now acts as a gentrification barrier for the Prospect Park South neighborhood along Victorian mansions.
Bandaloop dancers perform "vertical dance," a blend of modern dance with rappelling off high rise buildings that allows for creative use of aerial space
The Pavilion building of New York's rarely-visited Hart Island has housed not only a narcotic rehab facility in the 70s, but a 19th-century women's asylum.
Central Synagogue, Yeshiva University, Village East Cinema, Eldridge Street Synagogue, and New York City Center display a Moorish architectural revival style.
The preview of the 2013 Municipal Art Society Summit included sneak peeks of new architectural developments at Ground Zero and Hudson Yards.
The Hungarian Pastry Shop recently repainted its legendary bathroom walls when their scribbled intellectual discourse turned hostile.
Iran do Espírito Santo's "Playground" for Public Art Fund at 60th and 5th Avenue, is his first installation in the U.S.
Untapped Cities investigates the "ship graveyard" of Coney Island Creek, including nine sunken ships and one yellow submarine, the Quester I.
Oriental Boulevard, named for the Oriental Hotel, is a colorfully-named main street slipped into an otherwise peaceful residential area in southern Brooklyn.
A playground in East Harlem is famous for its less-than-legally installed antidrug mural by Keith Haring, reading "Crack is Wack."