Brooklyn High Low is a new indoor and outdoor tea room in Prospect Heights along Vanderbilt Avenue, one of the
In urban planner and architecture speak, you often hear of the term “contextual development” or “contextual design.” This means that
If you live in the Brooklyn, chances are you've seen this silver spaceship tank/UFO/car parked or driving around. It's the creation of Brooklyn entrepreneur and dad Charles Walters who also pioneered pizza delivery by drone.
The Flatiron Building is the most famous triangle building in NYC, but there are many others. Check out the history of 13 buildings.
A project called "Intersection Prospect Heights" strives to raise awareness about NYC neighborhood development through the stories of Prospect Heights residents.
From the book New York: Hidden Bars & Restaurants, our guide to the Top 10 Hidden Bars of 2015 in NYC including The Wooly, Fig 19, Dutch Kills, Angel's Share
Rounding up a look at some of the stranger, albeit fun sci fi, fantasy and otherwise nerdy bars in New York City, including The Slaughtered Lamb in Greenwich Village, The Waystation in Prospect Heights, Gotham City Lounge in Bushwick and Barcade in Williamsburg.
Looking at the Dr. Who, steampunk, science fiction themed bar The Way Station in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, NYC.
Kit Mills decodes New Yorkers' love of layers and spots a doughnut scarf in Prospect Heights in this week's Art of Style.
Here are 7 of the most creative bathrooms in NYC, from Long Island City to Lower East Side to Midtown to Prospect Heights.