Fulton Center LEED-Seeking Landmark Transit Hub Unveiled in Lower Manhattan

Fulton Center LEED-Seeking Landmark Transit Hub Unveiled in Lower Manhattan

"The new Fulton Center complex is another example of how we are rebuilding Lower Manhattan which will spur a resurgence throughout the area," said Governor Cuomo of the newly opened…

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Can You Believe There's a Beautiful Home Hidden Behind This Gritty Facade?

Can You Believe There's a Beautiful Home Hidden Behind This Gritty Facade?

This could be the ultimate tactic for those wanting to be left alone: disguising your home with a gritty facade. Believe it or not, behind this dingy, vandalized door is a sprawling,…

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Google Gobbles Up Former Nabisco Cookie Factory Near the High Line

Google Gobbles Up Former Nabisco Cookie Factory Near the High Line

Looks like Google's got a taste for NYC's sweet industrial buildings. The search engine giant has just scooped up yet another lease on a massive building at 85 Tenth Avenue, adjacent to…

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Habitat for Humanity Celebrates 100th Home Repair on Second Anniversary of Sandy

Habitat for Humanity Celebrates 100th Home Repair on Second Anniversary of Sandy

Congratulations are in order thanks to the tireless work of non-profit Habitat for Humanity. On October 29th, HFH finished repairs on a Coney Island residence damaged by Hurricane…

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Plans Unveiled for 'Stilt City' Resilient Art Studio in Rockaway Park

Plans Unveiled for 'Stilt City' Resilient Art Studio in Rockaway Park

Brooklyn-based artist Robyn Rennee Hasty has teamed up with Jakitsch Gardner Architects to create Stilt City, an art residency program to be located in Rockaway Park. Design plans were…

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World Trade Center Opens Again for Business 13 Years After 9/11

World Trade Center Opens Again for Business 13 Years After 9/11

Thirteen years after the tragic 9/11 attacks, the World Trade Center has officially re-opened its doors for business. On Monday, media company Condé Nast began moving into One World…

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Clever Earth-Sheltered House Uses Natural Surroundings to Reduce Energy Needs

Clever Earth-Sheltered House Uses Natural Surroundings to Reduce Energy Needs

Sustainable homes often feature high-tech bells and whistles but John Grzibowski's clever house relies on the power of nature to keep it green. Located in Newburgh, NY, about an…

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Don't Miss the Empire State Building's Special Halloween LED Light Show Tonight

Don't Miss the Empire State Building's Special Halloween LED Light Show Tonight

Last year's LED light show Don't forget to take a break from trick-or-treating tonight to catch the Empire State Building and iHeartMedia's special Halloween LED light show.…

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Brooklyn Navy Yard Announces Two Winners for 2014 ONE Prize “Smart Dock” Design Competition

Brooklyn Navy Yard Announces Two Winners for 2014 ONE Prize “Smart Dock” Design Competition

It may be called the ONE Prize Awards, but there were two first-prize winners this year in a competition to design a new educational facility at The Brooklyn Navy Yard. The…

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13 Architecture-Themed Costumes Seen at Storefront for Art & Architecture's Halloween Bash

13 Architecture-Themed Costumes Seen at Storefront for Art & Architecture's Halloween Bash

Stormy weather couldn't keep guests away from dressing to the nines and traveling to the West Village where they entered a fantastical room filled with Christian Wassman air dressing…

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Sky High? One World Trade Center Observatory Announces Admission Price

Sky High? One World Trade Center Observatory Announces Admission Price

The price of admission buys open access to the three-level observatory, which is located on the building's 100th, 101st and 102nd floors, as well as a variety of casual and formal…

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ODA Architecture's Crazy Cubed Building Could Offer Private Green Space in Williamsburg

ODA Architecture's Crazy Cubed Building Could Offer Private Green Space in Williamsburg

New York-based ODA Architecture's long delayed cubic building looks like it might finally get off the ground. The project has been stalled for six years, but the crazy cantilevered…

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House Tour: Historic Chelsea Townhouse Renovated with Multiple Patios and a Glittering Glass Enclosure

House Tour: Historic Chelsea Townhouse Renovated with Multiple Patios and a Glittering Glass Enclosure

The Italianate townhouse, located right next to Clement Moore Park, was first built in 1840, but had fallen into disrepair since then. Bill White and Bryan Eure saw the potential of the…

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Fulton Street Transit Center Finally Set to Open in November

Fulton Street Transit Center Finally Set to Open in November

If it's true that good things come to those who wait, the much-delayed Fulton Street Transit Center promises to be incredible. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced on…

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Rutgers University Shoots For LEED Certification with Ambitious Campus Redevelopment Plan

Rutgers University Shoots For LEED Certification with Ambitious Campus Redevelopment Plan

Rutgers University has announced that it will be kicking off an ambitious campus redevelopment initiative that will aim for LEED Silver certification. The College Avenue Campus…

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Rockefeller Center's Rooftop Gardens are a Hidden Urban Treasure

Rockefeller Center's Rooftop Gardens are a Hidden Urban Treasure

image © James Maher The gardens, located atop the British Empire Building, the Maison Francaise, and the setbacks of other central buildings, were planned and built when the Center…

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Is Harlem Next in Line For Its Own High Line-Style Park?

Is Harlem Next in Line For Its Own High Line-Style Park?

Could Harlem be the next NYC neighborhood to get its own High Line-style park? Non-profit organization Housing Partnership thinks so and has proposed the Harlem…

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Join Architecture for Humanity NY and Make a Difference on Day of Impact 2014

Join Architecture for Humanity NY and Make a Difference on Day of Impact 2014

If you've been enjoying all of the wonderful architectural activities that Archtober has to offer this month, why not show your appreciation by helping out some communities that could…

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Resilient

Resilient "Living Breakwaters" Project Wins Prestigious 2014 Buckminster Fuller Challenge

The Living Breakwaters project was designed specifically for Staten Island and Rarutan Bay and is based on the idea of flood mitigation through the implementation of a…

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DIY: How to Make an Iconic Chrysler Building Halloween Costume

DIY: How to Make an Iconic Chrysler Building Halloween Costume

Originally published in October 2012 Celebrate the spirit of New York City and crown yourself as a DIY rock star by making this kick-ass Chrysler Building costume! If you’ve got…

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Teen Instagrams Breathtaking Views from Atop NYC’s Tallest Building Before Arrest

Teen Instagrams Breathtaking Views from Atop NYC’s Tallest Building Before Arrest

Would you dare to scale a 1,300-foot-tall skyscraper just to post a pic of the view on Instagram? Demid Lebdev of Queens did just that, delighting his over 21,000 followers with…

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Plans Unveiled for Greenpoint Landing’s Resilient Waterfront Park

Plans Unveiled for Greenpoint Landing’s Resilient Waterfront Park

Greenpoint was once considered one of NYC's most hardscaped areas, but things are changing slowly and surely for the Brooklyn nabe. New plans for a vibrant waterfront park at the…

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Park Avenue Skyscraper Becomes Tallest Building In NYC

Park Avenue Skyscraper Becomes Tallest Building In NYC

New York City has once again proven its prowess for producing record-breaking skyscrapers. The swanky new 432 Park Avenue highrise, located between 56th and 57th streets, is now…

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Santiago Calatrava Breaks Ground on Saint Nicholas National Shrine With 'Ground Blessing' Ceremony

Santiago Calatrava Breaks Ground on Saint Nicholas National Shrine With 'Ground Blessing' Ceremony

Prolific (and often controversial) Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava attended a "ground blessing" ceremony this past weekend for his latest project, the $38 million reconstruction…

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Tour Two Stunning Eco-Home Renovations from the Dwell On Design NY House Tours (PHOTOS)

Tour Two Stunning Eco-Home Renovations from the Dwell On Design NY House Tours (PHOTOS)

The first home we toured was the work of architect Andrew Franz, who is known for his vibrant, nature-filled residences. The newly renovated apartment is situated inside one of…

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