Immense, powerful, sublime, tranquil… these are the words which propagate within each person as they step into the Washington National
At its prime the now abandoned Ellis Island South Side Hospitals were a cutting-edge facility which enabled the curing and isolation of infectious diseases.
Thanks to your readership and voting, four winners have been selected in the 2012 Partners in Preservation popular vote.
The Brooklyn Public Library's bronze doorways, flanked by two great limestone pylons, are in need of replacement.
Weeksville Heritage Center is a vibrant space nestled in the Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighborhood. It is an official Partners in Preservation site.
Even a storied theater like the Apollo could use some restoration help. Exclusive photos from After the Final Curtain.
Located on Jamaica Bay in southeastern Brooklyn, the Floyd Bennett Field and its remaining airplane hangars are now a part of the Gateway National Recreation Area.
Eleven Tiffany stained glass windows are located in the Brown Memorial Baptist Church.
Nestled in the middle of Brooklyn lies one of New York’s most precious yet unrecognized treasures — Erasmus Hall.
At Congregation Beth Elohim, a story of giving and acceptance that may ultimate save the building's architecture.