Discover how the New York State Pavilion, a remnant of the 1964 World's Fair, became a permanent part of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park!
Today there is hardly any trace of a community that inhabited the more than 100 structures that once existed along
Here are Untapped New York's favorite abandoned places in New York City's five boroughs. Some are break-in-able, some open to the public, some only for the intrepid.
On this day 107 years ago in 1915, the first transcontinental telephone call was made between New York City and San Francisco.
The NYPL released footage of its Stephen A. Schwarzman Building on Fifth Avenue as a sneak peek of its new permanent exhibition.
Jade Doskow, Photographer of Lost Utopias" follows Doskow on her 10-year quest to capture the World’s Fair echoes that remain worldwide.
This October is Archtober in NYC! Untapped New York is hosting talks and tours highlighting some of the city's best architectural sites.
The NYPL's new Treasures exhibition will feature over 250 items spanning 4,000 years from the institution's renowned research collections.
The Pan American Exposition of 1901 was one of the defining moments of art and culture in Buffalo, bringing recognition to the Queen City.
Archie and Elton Kohr invented custard in Coney Island when they added eggs to ice cream. Now, many flock to Coney Island for the same treat.