The Beaux-Arts 96th Street substation is going to be demolished. Built in 1904, the 96th Street substation was part of New York's first subway.
Many may picture the Upper West Side as having tall historic apartments for the city's elite, but there are plenty of spots that are under-the-radar or rarely visited along the famed Riverside Drive or West End Drive to discover. Here's our guide to the top 10 secrets of the Upper West Side.
A look at NYC's architectural holdouts–buildings that refused to be demolished in the face of development from Rockefeller Center to Herald Square Macy's