NYC’s borough of Queens is a trove of abandoned places. From psychiatric hospitals and rail lines, to army forts, there’s no shortage of places to explore.More
Flushing, Queens stands as a cultural hub, home to various ethnic communities, killer food options and a colorful array of commercial and retail shops.More
In NYC and New Jersey, before they were grand movie palaces, many of the theaters were vaudeville houses. Take a look inside 10 that have since been abandoned.More
While the majority of NYC interior landmarks are in Manhattan, 8 are in the Bronx, 4 in Queens and 3 in Staten Island–and they’re no less impressive.More
While “architecture” and Flushing are not two words that are normally associated, we hope you’ll be surprised to find quite a range of unique buildings and structures, ranging from an abandoned movie theater, a wooden Quaker Meeting house, stately government buildings, and the remains of the World’s Fair at Flushing Meadows.
Flushing Town Hall
Untapped Cities uncovers what is left of the abandoned RKO Keith’s Theater in Flushing, Queens.More