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.
Here are the top ten secrets of the NYC Police Department, from the "color of the day" system used for undercover cops to women's role in the NYPD's history.
Though Theodore Roosevelt died in 1919 a piece of him still lives on in NYC at 1 Police Plaza: his 121-year old desk where NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton sits
With more than 360,000 pedestrians passing through Times Square everyday, it is no wonder stores have added a little extra to their usual signage.
Abandoned Creedmoor Psychiatric Ward in Queens was also once the home of an NYPD police station, which eerily still contains remnants of a narcotics division.
A look at where the horse carriages, food carts, pedicabs food trucks, trains and buses go in NYC when they're not on duty.