10 historical or landmarked buildings that were either repurposed or demolished controversially in NYC history from skyscrapers to Gilded Age mansions.
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A farm and skate park are growing next to the Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. We got a sneak peek as North Brooklyn Farms prepares to open.
Explore the city on bike with four themed bike routes packed with history that will excite the adventure in cyclists of all types through Brooklyn and Manhattan
Photographer Paul Raphaelson's amazing images of the Domino Sugar Refinery in Brooklyn were the last officially taken before the factory begins demolition.
It is within the brutal context of the history of the sugar trade that Kara Walker, a much-acclaimed artist, has set her controversial sculptures in the Domino Sugar Refinery.
The American Institute of Architects' 3-hour architectural boat tour, offers a front-row peak at some of the NYC's greatest development sagas, past and present
Earlier this week, we published a photo essay about notable spots along the Hudson River in “Thirteen of NYC’s Most
A video inside the Domino Sugar Refinery on the Williamsburg waterfront, closed in 2004, now being redeveloped by Two Trees and SHoP Architects.
Get to know Abandoned NYC's Will Ellis, an abandoned photographer whose favorite Untapped spot is the abandoned P.S. 186 in Harlem.