Battery Park City is known for its Irish Potato Famine monument, a skyscraper museum, and a former wheat field art installation.
New York City hosts seven supertalls, skyscrapers defined as taller than the Empire State Building at 1,250 feet.
This October is Archtober in NYC! Untapped New York is hosting talks and tours highlighting some of the city's best architectural sites.
A new exhibit at the Skyscraper Museum, Housing Density: From Tenements to Towers, explores the evolution and future of housing in NYC.
Get an inside look at the latest exhibition inside the Skyscraper Museum, a deep dive into NYC's housing density transformation from "Tenements to Towers."
It's the 17th anniversary of 9/11 this year and there are many ways to commemorate, pay your respects, and mark the day all over the New York City area.
SKYLINE at the Skyscraper Museum examines the history of NYC's famous skyline, from its humble beginnings in the 1870's, up to today's spectacular skyline.
Take a look at art installations coming to The High Line and the Broadway Malls, and new exhibits at the ICP, Center for Architecture and the Queens Museum.
Lower Manhattan's story of decline, rebirth and transformation is being documented in a new multimedia exhibition, now on view at The Skyscraper Museum.
The Skyscraper Museum presents 10 of the tallest super-tall, super-slender residential towers built, planned or in construction in NYC including Brooklyn.