Turnstyle, featuring over 30 food and shopping vendors has opened underground in the Columbus Circle subway station including Doughnuttery, Fika and Starbucks
Audrey Munson may not sound like a familiar name, but she is present all across NYC as the model for many statues on famous monuments and institutions.
The cycle of construction, demolition, and rebirth is as old as NYC itself, and many of its grandest hotels have been lost to history. Here are 10 notable ones.
With more than 360,000 pedestrians passing through Times Square everyday, it is no wonder stores have added a little extra to their usual signage.
New York City's architecture changes and evolves with design trends. 10 buildings and structures in NYC that have had deliberate color changes over the years:
Our December curation of NYC's art exhibits will take from the holidays to NYC's celebratory culture in Coney Island, to the photographs of reformer Jacob Riis.
The world's most expensive dollhouse, the Astolat Dollhouse Castle, valued at $8.5 million is on display for charity in The Shops at Columbus Circle.
The French team Boijeot Renauld is taking over public spaces and sidewalks in NYC, camping overnight with Euro style beds and furniture and bumping in to NYPD.
Christopher Columbus has long been at the center of American consciousness and NYC in particular. Here are 5 statues to the explorer around New York City.
New York City's subway stations are filled with interesting pieces of art, but the stations' oldest pieces were installed decades ago and remain even today