Did you know that before the advent of the modern traffic light, there were traffic towers that directed the flow of cars in Manhattan?
The Metropolitan Club building dates back to the late 19th century and was established as a meeting place for the 25 men of the Metropolitan Club of New York.
Fifth Avenue in midtown is a dense commercial area populated by both massive department stores and boutiques, with a wide range of architectural styles above.
Fifth Avenue is home to countless stores, numerous landmarks, and a myriad of architecturally fascinating buildings you might miss if you forget to look up.
At the turn of the 20th century, banks and post offices were creating spaces specifically for women in New York City to reflect their new role handling money.
We take a look at notorious New York City crime scenes, from heists that have inspired movies to a deadly terrorist attack in 1920 whose traces still remain.
A look at the changing streetscape of Fifth Avenue and 57th Street, once the site of Cornelius Vanderbilt II's mansion, the largest single family home in the city at the time.
The rise and fall of the Vanderbilt family still pervades American historical lore and the remnants of Cornelius Vanderbilt II's Fifth Avenue Mansion can still be found throughout Manhattan.