February 20th marks the 120th birthday anniversary of noted architect Louis Kahn. Kahn was a modern architect who designed with
Before Flushing Meadows-Corona Park was transformed to accommodate the World’s Fairs of 1939 and 1964, America’s first World’s Fair took
In the Bronx, no building surpassed the height of Immaculate Conception Church’s spire for eighty years. Measuring 227-feet tall, the
The innovative new station of Rescue Company 2 in Brooklyn is a welcome upgrade from their former station house, which
After receiving unanimous approval by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, plans for the new Children’s Museum of Manhattan inside the formerly
Above the grandiose marble atrium of the Surrogate’s Courthouse in Lower Manhattan there hangs a 40-foot by 60-foot skylight. Originally
No trains have stopped at the abandoned Westchester Avenue station in the Bronx since the 1930s. The Gothic-style station designed
Visitors to Brooklyn’s Prospect Park can now see striking original details of one of the park’s oldest structures, Endale Arch.