Richard Roth will tell us stories behind some of the most fanciful and fairly undiscovered buildings of his favorite client.
Built in 1919 by McKim, Mead & White, the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York City is slated for demolition and mattresses are being removed.
Cast iron architecture was the forerunner of the skyscraper, presaging innovations such as curtain wall construction and repeating bays.
Despite landmark protections, nine buildings in the Gansevoort Market Historic District are being partially demolished.
Today, SUMMIT One Vanderbilt, New York City's newest and most Instagrammable observation deck, opens in the crown of One Vanderbilt — a brand new 1,401-foot tall tower dominating the skyline.
At Third and Brook avenues in The Bronx sits a marble sculpture, an allegorical representation of “Lady Justice,” on the facade of the Bronx Borough Courthouse.
Explore Gilded Age 5th Avenue mansions of Millionaire's Row, both those that have been lost to time and those that still exist today!
From the vestiges of an insane asylum to the remnants of Croton Aqueduct, these are the most fascinating secrets of Morningside Heights.
Despite a number of plans to build structures in New York City, Kahn only had one successful design: FDR Four Freedoms Park.
From the Brooklyn Grange to the Wyckoff House, here are our picks for the best open access sites during Open House New York weekend 2021.