Ever wondered about the NYC architecture that almost was? LinkNYC kiosks will also be showcasing the would-be architectural endeavors from Never Built New York.
From plans to fill in the Hudson River and East River, to mammoth bridges and buildings, 10 of the most outrageous plans that never came to be in New York City.
What could've NYC looked like in an alternate world? Queens Museum's newest exhibit, Never Built New York, visualizes plans that never left the drawing board.
Robert Moses' ideas for NYC were not always welcomed with open arms. These 7 proposals are examples of projects he never had the opportunity to build in NYC.
There were 5,201 entires into the 9/11 Memorial Competition. A new book, 9/11 Memorial Visions by Lester Levine, tells the personal story behind the entries.
A proposal to build massive twin suspension bridges that would stretch from New Jersey over Manhattan into Queens, crossing along both 38th and 39th Streets.
Though never completed, a plan to create a canal from a new port in Jamaica Bay to Flushing Bay in Queens, in the works since at 1910, once had popular support
In 1910 NYC mayor William Jay Gaynor proposed a new avenue to be added to the street grid between Fifth and Sixth Avenue, between 8th Street and 59th Street.
If the proposed Monument to Democracy, a peace memorial honoring the dead of the First World War, had been built in
A look into Frank Gehry's NYC hat Never was: Atlantic Yards, New York Times headquarters, One Times Square, Astor Place Hotel, and the East River Guggenheim.