10 facts about One World Trade Center, an office building, New York City landmark and a tribute to those who lost their lives on 9/11.
To be located at the juncture between the High Line and Hudson Yards, the Shed, a high profile new arts space, will offer a flexible approach design.
Julian Brash gave a talk at Columbia University on Mayor Bloomberg's neoliberal urban vision--manifested through such projects as the High Line and the waterfront.
Robert Lederman, the founder of Artists' Response To Illegal State Tactics (ARTIST), routinely ducked officials for selling artwork in a restricted area of NYC.
WNYC's Soundcheck is hosting this amazingly fun challenge called Remix the Mayor, just in time for the NYC Mayoral Election, using archival soundclips.
An op-ed by Julia Vitullo-Martin on the East Midtown Rezoning, and why it's not as bad as critics think.
This open, sculptural, naturally-lit staircase at Poets House in Battery Park City is exactly the type that Mayor Bloomberg hopes
NYC's Neighborhood Achievement Awards honored many local food, development and cultural organizations for their impact on neighborhood development and economy.
New York is the ultimate city of water. With its 578 miles of shoreline, its tidal rivers and straits, bays,
Louis Kahn's Four Freedoms Park, the subject to much debate--love and hate--opens to the public on October 24th.