On July 21, explore the lost and still existing cast-iron buildings of NYC with the Executive Director of Village Preservation, Andrew Berman.
Bowling Green to the Harlem River, New York’s most famous avenue encapsulates the city’s dynamic history and contemporary life. William
The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation honors playwright Lorraine Hansberry with a historic plaque on her NYC home in Greenwich Village.
NYC's Washington Square Park has one of the city's most recognizable monuments: the Washington Arch. Learn more about this historic arch with our 10 secrets.
Since 1887, Webster Hall has one of NYC's oldest performance venues. Take a look at these top 10 secrets for some insight into its wonderfully colorful history.
The Greenwich Village Society for Historical Preservation (GVSHP) has released its historic photo archive, a growing collection of vintage NYC photos.
An Untapped reader asks what's the difference between landmark laws at city, state and national level, and what will happen to the '64 World's Fair buildings
While the iconic Jefferson Market Library is the most well known to preservationists, many former libraries in the East Village also have a rich history.
There were two Jones Streets in NYC before one man one-upped the other and called his "Great Jones." Great Jones later became a site of gangster battles and drug overdoses.
A historic house on MacDougal Street faces demolition as part of the Hudson Square Rezoning project; the house was featured in the 1997 film, Men in Black.