The Prince George Hotel, referred to as "hell's embassy in manhattan" in the '80s, is now a triumphant example of affordable housing and architectural preservation.
Built in a Romanesque Revival style, the William Enston Home public housing project consists of free-standing cottages set on a leafy landscaped property.
A deeper look at the renderings for the new Hunter's Point South parcel in Long Island City by architecture firm ODA, developed by TF Cornerstone.
Coverage and reaction to The New School's public forum Rising Family Homelessness in NYC: What Can the New Mayor Do?
From Next New York, a look at reforms in zoning, air rights and development to improve the livability of communities and accommodate an expanding population.