On April 20, 2022, the winners of the New York City 2022 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards will be recognized in a ceremony at The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine in Manhattan. Presented by the New York Landmarks Conservancy, the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards recognize individuals, organizations, and building owners for their contributions to the City.
The neighborhood of Astoria is considered to be one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse urban areas on the entire planet.
As one of the largest green spaces in Queens, Astoria Park is a scenic getaway that happens to harbor a few secrets, from its Olympic ties to its lost stream.
Despite villain status in NYC, Robert Moses was also responsible for many public projects New Yorkers continue to enjoy today including 20,000+ acres of parks.
There are various notable pools in NYC, from historically significant ones now in ruins to a floating public pool to ones crowning five star hotels.
In NYC, public buildings are not always banal places to be. Here are 10 unconventional ones from the Newtown Creek Digester Eggs to the New York Public Library.