Hop on your bike and take a foodie tour of Queens this weekend

Hop on your bike and take a foodie tour of Queens this weekend

This weekend, bike enthusiasts can get a taste of the good life from some of the top restaurants in Queens. A foodie cycling tour under the route of the 7 train from Long Island City to…

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Lowline Lab: Inside the beginnings of NYC's first underground park

Lowline Lab: Inside the beginnings of NYC's first underground park

The magical underground green wonderland concept, the Low Line Park, is becoming a reality. Located just two blocks from the proposed future site, the Lowline Lab is a long-term open…

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JetBlue's blue potato farm sprouts at JFK airport

JetBlue's blue potato farm sprouts at JFK airport

JetBlue Airways is opening its own farm, just outside Terminal 5. The 24,000-square-foot farm will feature 3,000 crates of blue potato plants as well as 2,000 herbs and a variety of…

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Mayor de Blasio doubles funding for NYC community parks

Mayor de Blasio doubles funding for NYC community parks

Related: “Every New Yorker deserves access to clean, safe green spaces, no matter what neighborhood they live in. By doubling our investment in historically underserved…

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Would you walk this 5,000-foot-long bridge from New Jersey to New York?

Would you walk this 5,000-foot-long bridge from New Jersey to New York?

Shane partnered with NJ-based architect Jeff Jordan to create a design that would serve pedestrians and cyclists alike, offering a car-free route over the Hudson River, from Jersey City…

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Could a High Line-style park be coming to Long Island City?

Could a High Line-style park be coming to Long Island City?

+ High Line Park, Long Island City, the Queensway, Rego Park, Ozone Park, MTA, urban green space, city parks, green space nyc, parks long island, abandoned railroad tracks, nyc…

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PHOTOS: Tour the beautiful 9/11 Memorial in NYC

PHOTOS: Tour the beautiful 9/11 Memorial in NYC

Arad’s design was selected from a global competition that received more than 5,200 submissions from 63 nations. The reflecting pools, which sit in the exact footprints of the Twin…

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Stony Brook's new hydroponic ‘Freight Farm’ can grow up to 1,200 lettuce heads a week right on campus

Stony Brook's new hydroponic ‘Freight Farm’ can grow up to 1,200 lettuce heads a week right on campus

New York's Stony Brook University is the first institute of higher education to install a Freight Farm, an innovative hydroponic farm that can grow plants year round.

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New initiative explores how green roofs can bring jobs and environmental benefits to Harlem

New initiative explores how green roofs can bring jobs and environmental benefits to Harlem

Green rooftops are a lot more than a trendy design element; they can be a great environmental benefit, create jobs, and help beautify the city in ways no other architectural element…

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Artist planning public funeral procession through the High Line

Artist planning public funeral procession through the High Line

New York-based Michael Nicholas is planning a funeral and you're invited! As part of what the 44-year-old Hell's Kitchen artist is calling Wake Up 2015, Related:…

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Kayaking protesters take to the East River to demand promised park

Kayaking protesters take to the East River to demand promised park

Fed up Greenpoint and Williamsburg protestors took to land and water on Sunday to demand the city make good on their promise to build a waterfront park in the area. Along with 100…

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Beautiful and bountiful rooftop garden grows atop former LES squat

Beautiful and bountiful rooftop garden grows atop former LES squat

21 Avenue C 820 square foot intensive green roof The garden was initially conceived in early 2012 and construction was completed in December 2014. Now in its first…

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Hundreds of twins on tandem bikes set new world record at Central Park

Hundreds of twins on tandem bikes set new world record at Central Park

    If you were in Central Park yesterday, no, you weren't seeing double. You were seeing Twinning. A special Tandem Bike Parade with…

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Controversial LG office tower in the Palisades will be redesigned to protect beloved view

Controversial LG office tower in the Palisades will be redesigned to protect beloved view

Thomas P. Campbell, director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, said in a statement that “LG’s hearteningly responsible decision to lower the height of its planned new headquarters…

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Could cloning bring back Astoria's beloved 100-year-old tree?

Could cloning bring back Astoria's beloved 100-year-old tree?

Residents of 34th Street in Astoria have a tangible empty space where a beloved 100-year-old tree used to be. The Parks Department cut down the massive American Elm in March after it…

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Access your own 25,000-sq-ft rooftop

Access your own 25,000-sq-ft rooftop "hipster playground" at ODA's new Bushwick apartments

The 25,500 sf of modulating landscaped rooftop which will include: + ODA Architecture ODA Architecture, 10 Monieth street, green roofs, architecture, brooklyn design,…

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NYC announces permanent car ban for Central Park and Prospect Park

NYC announces permanent car ban for Central Park and Prospect Park

“Prospect Park has always been my family’s backyard. That’s a sentiment New Yorkers in every borough feel about their parks. Making the loop drives in Central and Prospect Parks…

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Score some sweet terrariums by backing the world's first underground park

Score some sweet terrariums by backing the world's first underground park

lowline, Lowline Lab, lowline kickstarter, sustainable design, sustainable solar devices, lowline lab, underground park, subterranean park, lower east side, nyc community space,…

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Giant pyramid of real flowers blooms on the Long Island City waterfront

Giant pyramid of real flowers blooms on the Long Island City waterfront

Agnes Denes, art installation nyc, flower art, flower pyramid, flower sculpture, living art, Living Pyramid, park art, Public Art, pyramid of flowers, queens waterfront, Socrates…

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The Lowline Underground Park Initiative's Kickstarter campaign is now live!

The Lowline Underground Park Initiative's Kickstarter campaign is now live!

New Kickstarter campaign Related: + The Lowline Kickstarter + The Lowline Images via Lowline Facebook lowline, Lowline Lab , lowline kickstarter,…

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Miniature version of High Line coming to roof deck of new DUMBO luxury apartments

Miniature version of High Line coming to roof deck of new DUMBO luxury apartments

+James Corner Field Operations + 60 Water Via DNA Info NYC architecture, DUMBO, James Corner Field Operations, 60 Water St. nyc high line, high line condos, rooftop…

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Nature lover makes incredibly detailed map of park's individual trees

Nature lover makes incredibly detailed map of park's individual trees

Image via Wikipedia Related: + Tompkins Trees Via The Villager Tompkins Square Park, Tompkins Square Park leaf map, green space nyc, parks nyc, parks east village, east…

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6 wonderful places to see spring bloom in NYC

6 wonderful places to see spring bloom in NYC

Brooklyn Botanic Garden Arguably our favorite garden in the city, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden is an ideal place to see the first signs of spring in New York City. Bright yellow buds on…

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Donald Trump opens a luxury golf course atop a former landfill in the Bronx

Donald Trump opens a luxury golf course atop a former landfill in the Bronx

As of last Wednesday, New York golf enthusiasts can putt at the city’s new course, the Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point in the Bronx. Run by Donald Trump’s company but overseen by…

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Tadao Ando's first New York condominium design features one of the largest green walls in the city

Tadao Ando's first New York condominium design features one of the largest green walls in the city

The design is a long-awaited unveil from the world-renowned Pritzker-award-winning Japanese architect, and the early images show a stark and simple rectangular building composed mostly…

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