Clinton Hill is a quiet Brooklyn neighborhood known for housing the Pratt Institute, as well as its "mansion row" along Clinton Avenue.
On July 21, explore the lost and still existing cast-iron buildings of NYC with the Executive Director of Village Preservation, Andrew Berman.
Image from Library of Congress We put out an open call on our Facebook page with the question: “If you
10 historical or landmarked buildings that were either repurposed or demolished controversially in NYC history from skyscrapers to Gilded Age mansions.
On April 27th, Untapped Cities history editor Benjamin Waldman will be leading a walking tour of Lower Manhattan focusing on the world's tallest buildings in NYC.
How do you demolish a skyscraper in NYC? We look at some international best practices including implosion, manual, wrecking ball and more.
For 84 years NYC claimed the title for having the world's tallest building.