Some of the Brooklyn's green spaces are simply known as “park,” leaving a stretch of parks without a name from DUMBO to Bay Ridge.
Anyone who lived in NYC during the '80s and '90s remembers a much grittier Alphabet City. Tompkins Square Park was once home to those on the margins of society.
The miLES Project aims to revitalize vacant storefronts in the Lower East Side with a "Storefront Transformer" that create vibrant, short-term community hubs.
We urge you to pay attention to the signage and discover some great puns in Penn Station. (Or should we say, Pun Station?)
From 9:00am to 5:00pm tomorrow, Open Plans will be hosting PlanningCamp, a hands-on "unconference" planned and led by the attendees, at Pratt Institute's Higgins Hall.
In New York City, the 2013 Architecture & Design Film Festival will be hosted by Tribeca Cinemas from October 16 to October 20. Tickets on sale October 1st.
Did you know that military ships were once a familiar site on the Hudson River next to Manhattan?