Port Authority Opens World Trade Center Transportation Hub's First PATH Train Platform

Port Authority Opens World Trade Center Transportation Hub's First PATH Train Platform

The Port Authority is making headway with their World Trade Center transportation hub, and launched the PATH station's first train platform this morning. The newly opened Platform A…

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Hospital Disaster Resiliency Program Aims to Prevent Future Hurricanes From Crippling NYC Medical System

Hospital Disaster Resiliency Program Aims to Prevent Future Hurricanes From Crippling NYC Medical System

When Hurricane Sandy struck in October of 2012, one of its most dire consequences was that it effectively put six New York hospitals out of commission. The facilities could have…

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The Underground Home Mystery: Is There a Subterranean House Hidden Beneath Queens?

The Underground Home Mystery: Is There a Subterranean House Hidden Beneath Queens?

Operations Drawing courtesy of Worldfairphotos.com The Underground Home was the brainchild of Jay Swayze, a Texas home builder with a knack for understanding the fears of the…

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Dine Inside of a Swimming Pool at This Repurposed Rooftop Pool Farm

Dine Inside of a Swimming Pool at This Repurposed Rooftop Pool Farm

Photo: K•Taro Hashimura Pool Farm takes one of the two pools located on Ink48's 16th floor and repurposes into a private rooftop garden and dining area. Future Green Studio and…

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Old Prison to Be Transformed into Staten Island's First Movie Studio

Old Prison to Be Transformed into Staten Island's First Movie Studio

Staten Island will soon be home to a new mini Hollywood inside of an old prison. Earlier this week, Brooklyn-based Broadway Stages announced its plans to transform the Arthur Kill…

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DesigNYC Announces 7 New Resiliency-Centered Collaboration Projects for 2014

DesigNYC Announces 7 New Resiliency-Centered Collaboration Projects for 2014

New York social change advocate desigNYC recently announced 7 new project collaborations for 2014 centered on the hot new topic of resiliency. Every year, the organization pairs…

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You Might Still Be Able to Buy a Nice NYC Apartment for Under $50,000 Thanks to This Initiative

You Might Still Be Able to Buy a Nice NYC Apartment for Under $50,000 Thanks to This Initiative

In 2010, New Yorker Tracie Hunte bought a 600-square-foot one-bedroom with a balcony in Brooklyn Heights for a little more than $38,000. While it might sound like a deal that would only…

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Newly Renovated Tavern on the Green Slated to Re-Open This Month

Newly Renovated Tavern on the Green Slated to Re-Open This Month

After years of being shuttered, Central Park’s historic Tavern on the Green will soon be reopening to the public. Originally built in 1871, the restaurant was recently given a $15.9…

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CodeGreen Solutions Helps 1251 Avenue of the Americas Earn LEED-EB Silver Certification

CodeGreen Solutions Helps 1251 Avenue of the Americas Earn LEED-EB Silver Certification

Photo: Dan Deluca One of the tallest buildings in New York City has earned LEED-EB Silver thanks to the help of LEED consultants CodeGreen Solutions. Located in the heart of Midtown…

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9 Small Living Tips for Couples Trying to Stay Sane in Tiny Apartments

9 Small Living Tips for Couples Trying to Stay Sane in Tiny Apartments

Photo: Michael Partenio Lack of private space is probably the most obvious source of irritation for couples who live in small apartments. Having a separate room to escape to is a…

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Queens Community Helps Save Iconic New York State Pavilion from Demolition

Queens Community Helps Save Iconic New York State Pavilion from Demolition

Preservationists let down by New York City's decision to seal off the world's oldest subway tunnel will be cheered to learn that community activism has helped save another city landmark…

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Watch Out! Ice Keeps Falling from the One World Trade Center Tower

Watch Out! Ice Keeps Falling from the One World Trade Center Tower

Watch your head if you're walking near the One World Trade Center tower. Chunks of ice have been falling from the United States' tallest skyscraper, endangering pedestrians below. Over…

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The Living’s Hy-Fi Towers Made of Mushroom Bricks Win MoMA PS1's 2014 YAP Competition

The Living’s Hy-Fi Towers Made of Mushroom Bricks Win MoMA PS1's 2014 YAP Competition

The planned Hy-Fi towers would be made of organic and reflective bricks: the organic bricks will make up most of the towers' structures while the reflective bricks would sit atop them.…

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Ramona Cocktail Bar Uses Reclaimed Atlantic City Boardwalk Wood to Line Its Cozy Interior

Ramona Cocktail Bar Uses Reclaimed Atlantic City Boardwalk Wood to Line Its Cozy Interior

Ramona is a collaboration between specialty cocktail goods company City of Daughters' Jay Schneider and Natalka Burian and Jay's brother Scott. The trio called upon interior design firm…

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One World Trade Center's LED Spire Lights Up with Super Bowl Colors

One World Trade Center's LED Spire Lights Up with Super Bowl Colors

Orange or green? Whichever team you'll be rooting for come Sunday, One World Trade Center has you covered with an LED display that alternates between both colors each night until game…

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NYCEDC Says No Deal Was Made to Halt Howard Hughes' Seaport Tower

NYCEDC Says No Deal Was Made to Halt Howard Hughes' Seaport Tower

Just two days ago, we reported that the old Fulton Fish Market was temporarily safe from being sacked but now it seems that all redevelopment plans are back on track. According to a…

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How Does Your Apartment Stack Up to the Abodes of HBO's Girls?

How Does Your Apartment Stack Up to the Abodes of HBO's Girls?

We’ve already coveted Charlie’s super-efficient DIY studio apartment complete with built-in storage stairs, excessive shelving and loungeable loft space. The other characters’…

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Old Fulton Fish Market Safe for Now as Howard Hughes Seaport Tower Put on Hold

Old Fulton Fish Market Safe for Now as Howard Hughes Seaport Tower Put on Hold

After an internet petition campaign voicing strong opposition to the razing of Lower Manhattan's old Fulton Fish Market building to make way for a 50-story tower, it seems like the…

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The New School Opens its Striking SOM-Designed University Center on Fifth Avenue

The New School Opens its Striking SOM-Designed University Center on Fifth Avenue

The long-awaited building opened last week, bringing a new architectural icon to the corner of 14th Street and Fifth Avenue. The facility will foster collaborative learning, with areas…

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PHOTOS: Tour Three of Brooklyn's Most Coveted Townhouses

PHOTOS: Tour Three of Brooklyn's Most Coveted Townhouses

The Salle Residence + Art Studio In the late 1990s, artist David Salle purchased two derelict buildings in Brooklyn. Salle wanted to turn the 10,000 sq ft structures into a joint…

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9/11 Memorial Museum Announces That It Will Open as Early as This May

9/11 Memorial Museum Announces That It Will Open as Early as This May

Joe Daniels, the President of the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum, has announced that it is slated to open to the public as early as this May. Up until now, the subterranean museum…

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Just Press Pause: Help Save the Old Fulton Fish Market and Turn It Into a Vibrant New Public Space

Just Press Pause: Help Save the Old Fulton Fish Market and Turn It Into a Vibrant New Public Space

Instead of being razed to make way for a 50-story hotel and condo tower, the historic Fulton Fish Market building could become home to the New Amsterdam Market, a neighborhood market…

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Architects Propose a Barrier of Garbage to Prevent Future Flooding in Manhattan

Architects Propose a Barrier of Garbage to Prevent Future Flooding in Manhattan

The first layer of the project would be a deep canal trench dug around Manhattan’s shoreline. The canal would be lined with shipping containers, filled with garbage, and hopefully…

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Sneak a Peek Inside the Beautifully Abandoned and Overgrown Grossinger's Catskill Resort Hotel

Sneak a Peek Inside the Beautifully Abandoned and Overgrown Grossinger's Catskill Resort Hotel

Grossinger’s Catskill Resort began in 1914 as a modest farmhouse, which the owners began renting out to guests looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The…

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Sneak a Peek Inside One World Trade Center Before Its 2014 Grand Opening

Sneak a Peek Inside One World Trade Center Before Its 2014 Grand Opening

While New Yorkers have been able to see the 1,776-foot-high tower rise from a distance, the building has not been accessible to the public during construction. When CNN Money visited,…

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