Discover the secrets of NYC's Madison Square Garden, "the world's most famous arena," with a history that stretches back 130 years!
From lost arches to a tomb hidden in plain sight, here are ten fascinating secrets of Madison Square, named for president James Madison.
Learn more about the two dozen Vanderbilt homes in New York that once pulled in the most affluent and famous of guests.
Rows of Neo-Italian and Georgian townhouses in the heart of Harlem make up Strivers’ Row, one of the city’s architectural gems.
Stony Brook, Suffolk County is a historic hamlet on Long Island’s North Shore with many historic structures, modern architecture, and
Stanford White, NYC's first "starchitect," left an indelible mark on landscape of the city with the many structures he designed throughout his prolific career.
Step inside the National Arts Club on Gramercy Park to learn about the life, work and legacy of architect Stanford White. White was once a member of the club.
The IRT Powerhouse, a former power station of the Interborough Rapid Transit System, was officially designated a NYC landmark after a public meeting yesterday.
High on a hill, the Bronx Community College has a history connected to several of NYC's colleges and a landmarked campus designed by Stanford White.
NYC's Washington Square Park has one of the city's most recognizable monuments: the Washington Arch. Learn more about this historic arch with our 10 secrets.