Within a NYCHA complex on the Lower East Side, the Baruch Baths, a historic building remains inaccessible to the public and the surrounding community. T
Not everything within NYC Parks is accessible to the public. Here's a look at 10 places that could open to the public, including North Brother and Hart Islands.
16 art exhibits & installations not to miss in NYC this month highlighting photography, ecology, redevelopment, food, & the plight of Syrian refugees.
Today at 3 pm, NYC Parks Commissioner Mitch Silver will take people live on the video app Periscope inside the famously off-limits Washington Square Park arch.
A canoe trip led by NYC's Urban Park Rangers included a surprise stop at North Brother Island, providing a rare opportunity to visit the abandoned island.
It's National Dog Day and we have 10 exciting suggestions in NYC from shopping to spas, cruises and dining out with your pet from upscale excursions to free.
NYC's Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village is a wonderful respite from the city but all around it, secrets abound in the history of how it came to be.
NYC Parks, the Queens Museum, and the Design Trust for Public Space are seeking ways to better connect Flushing Meadows Corona Park to neighboring communities.
The Queens Giant, also known as the Alley Pond Giant, is the oldest and tallest tree in NYC located between Douglaston and Bayside. Finding it is the challenge.
"Wildman" Steve Brill leads urban food foraging tours of NYC area parks, part of his mission to promote urban agriculture and sustainable eating.