Check out the top 10 intriguing secrets of the Forest Hills neighborhood located in Queens New York.
The closing of Indian Point Energy Center, the last nuclear power plant in the New York City region, marks the end of an era.
A tour of the beautiful, eerie abandoned campus of Bennett College, once known as the luxury hotel Halcyon House, now slated for demolition.
Many of Grand Central Station's ended up all over the eastern seaboard following demolition, but one ended up at a New Jersey petting zoo.
Newark Liberty International Airport, the oldest airfield in the nation, boasts many secrets, from an Art Deco Terminal to a sushi market.
Roy Fox lives rent-free on the top floor of King's Manor, a historic home in Jamaica, Queens once owned by New York senator Rufus King.
Many speak of the Hudson Valley estates and the Millionaire's Row Mansions of Fifth Avenue. OHEKA CASTLE, however, stands on Long Island.
Ever wonder why Madison Square Garden is located atop Penn Station and not at Madison Square? The story is very New York, and is not quite finished yet.
Andrew Jackson Downing's building sat decaying in Newburgh, New York for decades. With this inspiration, he created "A Home With a Garden."
Edwin C. Litchfield, a well-known Brooklynite, revolutionized the Gowanus Canal. Litchfield left behind another landmark: Litchfield Villa.