Join us for a tour of the remains of NYC's most famous red light district, The Tenderloin. We'll also see Tin Pan Alley, the birthplace of modern pop music.
This map of the Beat Generation in New York City and across America has all the favorite spots of Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and more.
Learn how a web magazine really works as an editorial, social media/communications, or event planning intern at Untapped Cities for a Fall 2014 internship!
Join us for a vertical tour of the cathedral of St. John the Divine, where you could enjoy the view of Manhattan from atop the largest cathedral in the world.
This NYC Japanese House in Flatbush, Brooklyn was built in 1903 by the firm Kirby, Petit, & Green in an effort to attract wealthy New Yorkers to the neighborhood.
Have you ever noticed that many buildings in the NYC Garment District have walk-through block lobbies better known as "arcades"?
There is a 13th avenue in Manhattan, New York City in the West Village facing the Hudson River. It was demolished for increased port space.
Cleanly, FlyCleaners, and Hamperville are New York City based tech startup apps which will literally do your laundry.
"Split-Rocker" is a house-sized half-pony half-dinosaur topiary at Rockefeller Center to mark the opening of a Jeff Koons retrospective at the Whitney Museum.
Guastavino constructed vaulted tile ceilings in New York City in the 1880s -- come to the American Institute for Architecture to learn about modern uses of tile.