On June 22, the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission unanimously voted to designate the Kimlau War Memorial at Kimlau Square in Chinatown.
As spring begins, discover new works of NYC public art on display this month throughout the five boroughs!
We might be in the midst of a huge snowstorm, but February is always a great month for new public
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
An urban surprise in the Brooklyn Children's Museum is as interesting for adults like us as it is for piquing the curiosity of our city's children.
NYCHA plans to lease out open space on 8 of its housing projects in Manhattan to developers to build market-price apartments.
For those interested in alternatives to mainstream museums, look for Thomas Hisrchhorn’s latest installation “Gramsci Monument” in the South Bronx.
The former Ravenswood tobacco plant and the mixed commercial-residential look of the neighborhood near Queensbridge We recently took a Municipal Art