Rat Island, New York City's first privately owned island, was purchased by Alex Schibli of City Island in 2011 for $176,000.
An artist’s rendering of the proposed Brooklyn Bridge Beach. There’s literally “something in the water” these days, with so many
A round up of New York's most dazzling former banks. Some are Classically designed, others modern, and one former small credit union now sells ice cream.
We watched as SLO Architecture's Harvest Dome left its temporary home in the Navy Yard. Then, we saw it arrive at Inwood, where it will remain for a month.
A new MTA map design by mapmaker Max Roberts renders the New York subway lines in concentric circles, emphasizing their connectivity over location.
A look at jewelry heists in Cannes, France, from the recent $136 million theft to where Hitchcock's To Catch a Thief were filmed.
We visited the sites of NYC's most infamous former insane asylums. We also rounded up some lesser known facilities, including an orphanage and smallpox hospital.
We found some beautiful peacocks at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in Morningside Heights. They've been around for thirty years!
We take you to the Marine Air Terminal, an Art Deco building at LaGuardia and the only remaining terminal from the first generation of human flight.
8-Bit City maps look like 80's video game maps: blocky, pixelated, and uniformly colored. But that's totally the point, says creator Brett Camper.