On April 20, 2022, the winners of the New York City 2022 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards will be recognized in a ceremony at The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine in Manhattan. Presented by the New York Landmarks Conservancy, the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards recognize individuals, organizations, and building owners for their contributions to the City.
Standing on a bluff 200 feet above the Harlem River, the recently restored Highbridge Water Tower is once again welcoming visitors to experience stunning views from a 19th century historic landmark.
Built in 1848 as part of the Croton Aqueduct system, Manhattan's High Bridge has plenty of fascinating secrets.
The Highbridge Water Tower is not only celebrating its sesquicentennial in 2022, but was also recently reopened for tours following a $5 million restoration.
In the Heights from Lin Manuel-Miranda is out! The filming locations in Washington Heights feature singing and dance routines right in NYC.
From oversized art installations, to the annual Open House New York, Archtober, to a Mile Long Opera on the High Line there's a big spectrum of art to take in.
Like the span it's named after, Highbridge Park in Washington Heights is a popular attraction for New Yorkers, with a history dating back to the mid-1800s.
Much of Manhattan's natural landscape is flattened but there are still places to take in the Manhattan schist, natural bedrock formations above and below ground
Strolling across NYC's iconic bridges rank high on the list of quintessential NYC activities. Here are some built for pedestrians and bikers exclusively in mind.
The top 10 secrets of NYC's High Bridge, a pedestrian walkway and former part of the Croton Aqueduct System that connects upper Manhattan to the Bronx.