A history of Tudor City from the slum of "Corcoran's Roost" to the picturesque Tudor City we know today.
The history of Eastern Parkway, which opens onto Prospect Park in Brooklyn, the world's first parkway.
King and Prince Streets in Lower Manhattan have been renamed multiple times, but there still exists evidence of Queen and Princess Streets in NYC.
The Grand Concourse is the Bronx's most famous thoroughfare. This 100 year old street gives a window into what makes the borough unique through all its history.
Oriental Boulevard, named for the Oriental Hotel, is a colorfully-named main street slipped into an otherwise peaceful residential area in southern Brooklyn.
Stuyvesant Street is notable for being the one and only diagonal street in Manhattan north of 8th Street and south of Central Park, except for Broadway.
There are many stories about Beijing's Ghost Street. One thing's for sure, it serves mean seafood late at night.
We're rounding up some of New York's most functionally (and thus not creatively) named streets: Aviation Road, Tunnel Approach & Exit Streets, Extra Place
Queens' Utopia Parkway borders Utopia, a neighborhood meant for New York's growing Jewish population. Utopia Parkway was later the title of a pop album.
Restaurant Row was protected by the vigilante Guardian Angels in the 1980's. Today, a proposal for kiosks seeks to revive the area's foot traffic.