After more than thirty years of neglect, the once majestic sanctuary of the Eldridge Street Synagogue sat empty and covered
A Russian fortune teller, a German saloon owner, and an Irish family of ten are just a few former residents
How do you turn a five-floor walk-up that is mostly in ruins into a museum? Preserve it as it was
Over the past two years, Zion Triangle Plaza has undergone an extensive renovation and expansion. The odd-shaped plot of land
After receiving unanimous approval by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, plans for the new Children’s Museum of Manhattan inside the formerly
Above the grandiose marble atrium of the Surrogate’s Courthouse in Lower Manhattan there hangs a 40-foot by 60-foot skylight. Originally
Visitors to Brooklyn’s Prospect Park can now see striking original details of one of the park’s oldest structures, Endale Arch.