Nestled between the new W Hotel and an abandoned lot a few blocks south of the World Trade Center, a Neo-gothic building at 103 Greenwich Street has a history as incongruous as its architecture. Now an Irish pub, the building began as the home of Dutch immigrant Ryneer Suydam and his family in 1799.
JumpPost is a new way to list your apartment for rent without dealing with an agency middle man and without the sketchiness of Craigslist. Plus, you get paid $500 once it the lease goes through!
Recently Untapped discovered this at Bedford Avenue and N.7th in Williamsburg. Looks like something is in the works for 2010!
January 2010 Manhattenhenge sunrise captured by Untapped New York photographer Monica Morrison on 34th Street.
Today’s post is about prisons, something that the average city dweller doesn’t think about. But what is fascinating is that many of New York’s prisons are right in our midst — we walk and drive by them without noticing.
Secret passageways under Chinatown, remnants of a bygone Bowery beer hall, a rooftop film studio”¦Author David Freeland writes of these and more in his book Automats, Taxi Dances and Vaudeville: Excavating Manhattan’s Lost Places of Leisure.
A rundown of DIY music venues in New York, from Market Hotel, Silent Barn to Monster Island Basement.
Right here in New York, a church on 20th st. and 6th ave. has served as religious institution, night club (2 incarnations: Limelight and later, Avalon), weekend market and now, a forthcoming retail location.