Manhattan welcomed its newest skyscraper One Vanderbilt last week. The towering building designed by James von Klemperer from Kohn Pedersen
Check out photographs from the topping out of Brooklyn Point, the tallest building in Brooklyn which reaches 720 feet!
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.
Window washing is arduous work— but doing it hundreds of feet in the air from a New York City skyscraper
With the rise of skyscrapers, art inspired by them soon followed. Here is a look at ten artists who found muses among the skyscrapers of New York City.
Manhattan's Market Diner on 572 11th Avenue, one of the last vintage diners in the city, is set to be demolished to make way for a 13-story residential tower.
Brooklyn Heights was the first-ever New York City neighborhood to be designated a historic district. But did you know there's also a Brooklyn Skyscraper District?
We all know the Metropolitan Life Insurance Building, but there could have been another, very different MetLife tower if one architect's plans had been realized.
The exhibit, Sky High & the Logic of Luxury at The Skyscraper Museum presents a study of NYC's skyscrapers, including supertall structures like One57.
An awesome collage of the Manhattan skyline from 1876 to present, beginning with the construction of the Brooklyn Bridge to the NYC Twin Towers and 1 WTC.