There are simply too many holiday markets to name, but we've put together some of our favorite ones in New York City. Prepare your stomachs and your wallets.
The Millinery Synagogue in New York City, built in 1948 to serve the Garment District's thousands of Jewish hatmakers, has been revived by new leadership.
The Garment District Alliance has installed a 400-foot long "road tattoo," created by Steed Taylor on two pedestrianized blocks along Broadway in NYC.
Looking for an alternative to the bar? Have some fun and let off some steam at NYC's The Wrecking Club "where people come to smash stuff to pieces".
There are 11 large-scale colorful sculptures entitled A Fancy Animal Carnival by Taiwanese artist Hung Yi now at the Garment District Pedestrian Plaza in NYC.
The Garment District Alliance presents the art installation Mass Medium, five large-scale granite sculptures by artist Harry H. Gordon on the Broadway Mall
As an update to our popular NYC Hidden Restaurants guide from 2014, below is excerpted from the new book New York Hidden Bars and Restaurants from Jonglez.
18 life-size sculptures, Seward Johnson in New York" grace NYC Garment District's Broadway Plaza. The series will be on display through September 15, 2015
Have you ever noticed that many buildings in the NYC Garment District have walk-through block lobbies better known as "arcades"?
Ever wonder about the barber shops, locksmiths, bodegas, and shoe repair shops inside subway entrances? Why do some entrances have them while others don't?