Tucked away inside some of NYC's tallest buildings are urban oases, lush public spaces where you can pop in to escape the heat, have a meeting, or take a rest.
People often think that living in New York City means giving up access to the quiet and peaceful. Indeed, for
New book Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York highlights the interior landmarks of NYC including Radio City Music Hall, City Hall Subway Station, and more.
Dan Kiley is the most eminent landscape architect you’ve never heard of but responsible for some of NYC's most prominent public spaces: Lincoln Center and more
Surprising indoor public spaces in Manhattan if you’re looking for a unique meeting spot, to have a nice quiet lunch or get some me time.
On a walk west on 42nd Street from the neo-Gothic-infused neighborhood of Tudor City, the Ford Foundation Building introduces a