Heart Squared, 2020 Valentines Day Heart installation Welcome to February! There is much to see this month in the public
Jordan Casteel, The Baayfalls, 2017 (rendering). A High Line Commission. On view until December 2020. Rendering courtesy the High Line
September is turning into a pretty banner month for new public art installations in New York City. While the PORTAL
On August 20, Color Factory, a collaborative interactive exhibit that celebrates color and creativity, debuted 16 vibrant pop-up installations in
The August 2018 NYC art installations that you must go see, covering parks and waterways in all five boroughs. They are unique works created by diverse artists.
Despite its close proximity to SoHo and relatively small size, Hudson Square is a unique area distinguished by its history and cultural/culinary offerings.
Thanks to its architecture and innovative design, DSNY's new garage and salt shed in Hudson Square, Tribeca is anything but your typical sanitation station.
From Dock72 the WeWork building at the Brooklyn Navy Yard to a new portion of the High Line, here are the 2016 winners of NYC's Awards for Excellence in Design.
New York's Hudson Square was once known as the Printing District due to the high number of publishers and printing houses that occupied it until the 2000s
10 of NYC's one-block streets: Gay Street, Dennett Place, Henderson Place, MacDougal Alley, Pomander Walk, Sylvan Terrace, Jones Street, Mill Lane, Washington Mews