Tucked away inside some of NYC's tallest buildings are urban oases, lush public spaces where you can pop in to escape the heat, have a meeting, or take a rest.
In March 2019, Manhattan's 6 1/2 Avenue turns 6 1/2! Celebrate by visiting the open plazas and learning about the people who gave this space to the public.
There is 12000 square feet of privately owned public spaces inside Trump Tower, including two terraces. Will they still be accessible with increased security?
These unexpected sightings in NYC can be easily mistaken for just art pieces, but these unique sundials are also ways to keep time in the busy city.
Rosemary O'Brien, author of the newly published book, Best Pocket Parks of NYC, shares her favorite park gems in Midtown, Financial District and Upper West Side
Surprising indoor public spaces in Manhattan if you’re looking for a unique meeting spot, to have a nice quiet lunch or get some me time.
The Nerve Tank works with Arts Brookfield to bring the myth of Sisyphus to Grace Plaza, a publicly owned private space in Midtown Manhattan.
At 767 Third Avenue in Midtown NYC is the world's largest chessboard affixed to the wall of a building stretching three floors. Pieces are moved once a week.
On a walk west on 42nd Street from the neo-Gothic-infused neighborhood of Tudor City, the Ford Foundation Building introduces a
A critical exploration of the Midtown Arcades, privately owned public spaces, including 6 1/2 Avenue and others you probably didn't know were public.