In the early years of the 20th century, artist Vernon Howe Bailey documented NYC's transition into a modern metropolis in his detailed magazine illustrations.
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.
In the Haussmanhattan series by architect and photographer Luis Fernandes, vintage Images of NYC and Paris are blended together with famous landmarks.
Creative illustrations of Gilded Age NYC architecture by artist Eric Rosner show the vitality of the city during this era of change and advacement.
At the NYC Skyscraper Museum through January 2015 is the exhibit Times Square 1984: The Postmodern Moment showcasing plans for Times Square never implemented.
Times Square may be the most touristic spot in NYC but it still has its secrets: here are our top 10 favorite secrets.
One Times Square was envisioned with new kind of tenant: advertisers, instead of businesses. Today, it is a wildly successful piece of real estate.