Manhattan's Trinity Church was once the tallest building in the city. While dwarfed by skyscrapers today, it still holds an important place in New York history.
Explore the city on bike with four themed bike routes packed with history that will excite the adventure in cyclists of all types through Brooklyn and Manhattan
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.
This week's archidoodle is a "remix" of the Trinity Church illustration which the Downtown Doodler created in September using watercolors.
The Downtown Doodler takes a look at the history of Trinity Church in NYC, which has had three buildings, in her latest archidoodle.
A 25-story Art Deco building which has been the headquarters for Trinity Church's offices will be demolished and replaced by a skyscraper by Pelli Clarke Pelli
We look into an engraving called the Future of Trinity Church, where Trinity Church get completely eclipsed by an enormous skyscraper.
Hudson Park was once a beautiful Italianate sunken garden, lagoon, perimeter walk, and gazebo.
Did you know that Trinity Church is one of the largest landowners in New York City? Its been converting the Hudson Square/Tribeca area since the 1920s.