We go off-limits into the Flatiron Building, one of NYC's most beloved landmarks to learn about its history and secrets with Sonny Atis, the longtime superintendent.
On August 14, join Untapped New York Insiders for an exclusive Minding the Store Book Talk with Fish’s Eddy Owner, Julie Gaines.
The Flatiron District has a historic past, from containing two previous Madison Square Gardens to serving as a space for women designers.
Olde Good Things is one of the nation's leading companies collecting architectural antiques and architectural salvage items.
A “Plastic Bag Store” is coming to Times Square. Photography by Maria Baranova for Times Square Arts and Robin Frohardt.
Heart Squared, 2020 Valentines Day Heart installation Welcome to February! There is much to see this month in the public
Jordan Casteel, The Baayfalls, 2017 (rendering). A High Line Commission. On view until December 2020. Rendering courtesy the High Line
A look at eight New York City works of architecture both loved and hated, including the Guggenheim Museum, Rockefeller Center, Lincoln Center, Hudson Yards, TWA Flight Center and more.
Deep below the Flatiron Building, relics of an old coal power system are testament to the scientific and engineering feat of building the iconic NYC landmark.
The Flatiron Building is the most famous triangle building in NYC, but there are many others. Check out the history of 13 buildings.