Learn about the history and emergence of NYC's Lexington Avenue which wasn't originally part of the Commissioner's Plan of 1811 that laid out the city grid.
A history of South Street Seaport and downtown Manhattan, the current development plans by the Howard Hughes Corporation, and challenges by community groups.
Ludlow Street on the Lower East has a rich history. Originally apart of the Kleindeitschland, or German neighborhood of NYC, it eventually developed a thriving music and art scene.
Steinway Street in Astoria, Queens ran through the center of Steinway Village–a company town for the employees of piano maker Steinway & Sons.
We dig into the history of Grove Street in New York City's Greenwich Village, which has a secret alley, a unique courtyard and one of the village's oldest buildings.
There are various streets with names that begin with interesting letters–form York Avenue on the Upper East Side, Manhattan to Zerega Avenue in Castle Hill, Bronx.
St. Marks Street remains one a beacon to the past grittiness of the East Village–home to such venues as the Electric Circus. Even today the roughness of the East Village is present.
We delve into the history of MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village, one of the earliest settlements on Manhattan, and home to the Beat Generation.
Crosby Street in Soho harkens back to the bygone days of an old artistic and industrial Soho, one not inundated with high end chain retailers
The name "Parkchester" is rooted from two historic Bronx neighborhoods that were fused together, Park Versailles and Westchester Heights.