Show Off Your Upcycled Art and Designs at reMADE NYC's Pop-Up Gallery!

Show Off Your Upcycled Art and Designs at reMADE NYC's Pop-Up Gallery!

Calling all green designers, artists and creators! reMade NYC, a New York–based art, design and innovation studio, is looking for local designers to showcase at their upcoming…

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PHOTOS: Peek Inside the Sweet Walls of the Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg

PHOTOS: Peek Inside the Sweet Walls of the Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg

Both the factory space and the former loading docks were taken over by Creative Time, who had a light-up sign with their name spelled out in the Domino font made as a tribute to the…

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Rockwell Group Unveils Plans to Build Treehouse-Inspired Playground in Brownsville

Rockwell Group Unveils Plans to Build Treehouse-Inspired Playground in Brownsville

This week, the Rockwell Group announced exciting plans to build a treehouse-inspired Imagination Playground in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Brownsville. The firm is working with NYC…

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"Under the Elevated" Seeks to Transform Space Beneath NYC Bridges and Subways into Usable, Non-Scary Areas

The High Line made a name for itself by turning land atop an elevated rail line into a flourishing park, but can the same be done for spaces underneath these kinds of structures? The…

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$10 Two-Bedroom Apartment Deal Comes Through for Old Mars Bar Tenants

$10 Two-Bedroom Apartment Deal Comes Through for Old Mars Bar Tenants

In an expensive city like New York, $10 doesn’t get you much. But for nine tenants who occupied two small buildings along Second Avenue for decades, their ten bucks will buy them a…

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Viral Voices Panel Will Explore the Impact of Social Media, Technology and Device Culture on the Design Process

Viral Voices Panel Will Explore the Impact of Social Media, Technology and Device Culture on the Design Process

JOIN US Thursday, May 2nd, 2013, in NYC! There's no question that social media and mobile devices have a daily impact upon our lives - but what effects do these relatively…

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GIVEAWAY: Win This Fun Secret Compartment Cabinet + a Copy of DIY Book Past and Present!

GIVEAWAY: Win This Fun Secret Compartment Cabinet + a Copy of DIY Book Past and Present!

HOW TO ENTER TO WIN: 1. Like Inhabitat NYC by clicking the button below. 2. Sign up for the Inhabitat NYC newsletter here. We'll be announcing the winner in our newsletter, so…

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Abandoned Rockaway Courthouse to Be Resurrected into State-of-the-Art Hospital

Abandoned Rockaway Courthouse to Be Resurrected into State-of-the-Art Hospital

Rockaway Courthouse has sat empty for decades, but plans are now in the works to give it new life as a much-needed hospital in a community that faced the 2012 closure of a major health…

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One World Trade Center Set to Become Tallest Building in Western Hemisphere Today

One World Trade Center Set to Become Tallest Building in Western Hemisphere Today

Edit: As of mid-morning, 1 WTC's plan to become the tallest building in the western hemisphere today was scrapped due to high winds but the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey…

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See Caleb Zipperer's Modern Tetris-Inspired Furniture at BKLYN Designs 2013

See Caleb Zipperer's Modern Tetris-Inspired Furniture at BKLYN Designs 2013

With BKLYN Designs 2013 just around the corner, we've been tooting the horns of some of our favorite NYC-based green designers who will present their work at the fair this year -- and…

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INTERVIEW: David Maundrell Gives Us the Scoop on aptsandlofts.com's Beautifully Renovated Cobble Hill Office

INTERVIEW: David Maundrell Gives Us the Scoop on aptsandlofts.com's Beautifully Renovated Cobble Hill Office

INHABITAT: For those who aren't familiar with aptsandlofts.com, can you tell us a little bit about the services your company offers? DM: aptsandlofts.com is one of NYC’s leading…

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All the Buildings in New York is a Delightful Collection of Drawings Illustrating NY Architecture

All the Buildings in New York is a Delightful Collection of Drawings Illustrating NY Architecture

Hancock first dreamed up the project as a way to bridge the gap between the fantastical New York of television and movie sets to the real streets of his adopted home. The New York he…

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This Charming West Village Townhouse Boasts a Backyard Treehouse Above Its Garden

This Charming West Village Townhouse Boasts a Backyard Treehouse Above Its Garden

The rooms in this elegant dwelling offer 10'9" ceilings and include a grand living room and parlor for entertaining. The home also boasts an original 1838 wood burning fireplace (there…

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Mayor Bloomberg Announces Kingsbridge Armory to Be Transformed into World's Largest Indoor Ice Facility

Mayor Bloomberg Announces Kingsbridge Armory to Be Transformed into World's Largest Indoor Ice Facility

This morning, Mayor Bloomberg announced plans to transform the Bronx's Kingsbridge Armory into the world’s largest indoor ice facility. The design calls for the historic landmark,…

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PHOTOS: Spiraling SeaGlass Carousel Will Let You Ride Giant Glass Fishes in Battery Park

PHOTOS: Spiraling SeaGlass Carousel Will Let You Ride Giant Glass Fishes in Battery Park

SeaGlass's nautical theme takes inspiration from the original New York Aquarium, which opened at Castle Clinton in 1896, and was one of the first aquariums in the country until it…

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NY <3 Boston: Illuminated Messages of Support for Boston Victims Light Up Brooklyn Academy of Music

NY <3 Boston: Illuminated Messages of Support for Boston Victims Light Up Brooklyn Academy of Music

The streaming messages of hope and support for Boston were created by the NYC Light Brigade and The Illuminator Collective - a political art project featuring a cargo van equipped…

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2 Gold Will Be the First Manhattan Building to Install a 13-ft Airtight Flood Gate

2 Gold Will Be the First Manhattan Building to Install a 13-ft Airtight Flood Gate

One NYC apartment that was hit hard by the waters that flooded the Financial District during Hurricane Sandy is taking matters into its own hands by investing in a giant, airtight…

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The High Line Hotel Will Breathe New Life into a Beautiful Chelsea Landmark

The High Line Hotel Will Breathe New Life into a Beautiful Chelsea Landmark

The General Theological Seminary’s campus occupies over half of 20th and 21st Streets, in between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. Built in 1895, the complex originally housed students, and…

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MoMA to Demolish $32 Million American Folk Art Museum Building After 12 Short Years

MoMA to Demolish $32 Million American Folk Art Museum Building After 12 Short Years

When the American Folk Art Museum designed by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien first made its shimmering debut on West 53rd Street, it was heralded as a solid piece of architecture that…

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PHOTOS: Bouncy, Zig-Zagging Squibb Park Bridge is NYC's Funnest Pedestrian Bridge

PHOTOS: Bouncy, Zig-Zagging Squibb Park Bridge is NYC's Funnest Pedestrian Bridge

Squibb Park Pedestrian Bridge opened a few weeks ago in March, just in time for spring. The $5 million bridge was built out of 100,000 pounds of black locust timber, a species that was…

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New Video Shows One World Trade Center Observation Deck's Skypod Elevators and LED Video Screens

New Video Shows One World Trade Center Observation Deck's Skypod Elevators and LED Video Screens

Looking at the new renderings and video, the new observation deck seems like it will blow visitors away with a bevy of interactive features. Visitors will first travel through the…

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Pier 57

Pier 57 "Incubox" Shipping Container Mall Approved by City Council

The project features sixty shipping container shops that will bring retail appeal to the former shipping industry pier under the unified name “Incubox”. For the first two years of…

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Greenpoint's Keramos Hall Restored to Its 19th Century Splendor by Kamen Tall Architects

Greenpoint's Keramos Hall Restored to Its 19th Century Splendor by Kamen Tall Architects

For the past decade or so, most Greenpoint locals regarded Keramos Hall as just another dingy corner building. Now, thanks to Kamen Tall Architects P.C., the historic building’s…

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Orient House IV: 1970s House on Long Island Transformed Into An Energy-Efficient Modern Home

Orient House IV: 1970s House on Long Island Transformed Into An Energy-Efficient Modern Home

The Orient IV House, located on Long Island, is the renovation of an existing 1970s house. The aged timber envelope conceals a light and airy interior of an extremely energy efficient…

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Columbia University Now Boasts 18,180 Square Feet of On-Campus Green Roofs

Columbia University Now Boasts 18,180 Square Feet of On-Campus Green Roofs

Green roofs are becoming a growing staple in New York City architecture. These green spaces help to reduce the “urban island heat effect” by covering buildings in grass and plants…

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