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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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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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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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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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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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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Old Soap Factory Home Features a

Old Soap Factory Home Features a "Terrarium" Room That Opens Up to the Manhattan Sky

Image ©Albert Vecerka/Esto The circa-1884 landmark building was a former soap warehouse, designed by architect George B. DaCunha in the Romanesque Revival style. Its large timber…

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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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Is the Central Park Loop About to Become Car-Free?

Is the Central Park Loop About to Become Car-Free?

Could a car-free Central Park Loop be in New York City's future? Manhattan City Council members Helen Rosenthal and Mark Levine recently introduced a bill that would test the idea by…

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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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Video Game Mogul's Unusual Home Conceals a Trick Bookcase, Secret Passageways and Other Surprises

Video Game Mogul's Unusual Home Conceals a Trick Bookcase, Secret Passageways and Other Surprises

When Garriott purchased the five-story home back in 2013, it was not much different from the other brownstones on the block. But as with his past homes, like the famous Brittania Manor …

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Step Inside NYC's Greenest Pizza Restaurant

Step Inside NYC's Greenest Pizza Restaurant

Pizza by Certé is New York City's only 3-star certified pizza restaurant (as awarded by Dine Green). The staff's commitment to sustainability is apparent from the moment you step…

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Tiny Forest in a Suitcase Pops Up at Grand Central Station

Tiny Forest in a Suitcase Pops Up at Grand Central Station

Gifford's Forest is part of Kathleen Vance's “Traveling Landscapes” series of nature vignettes enclosed in travel-worn suitcases. Ten New York City artists donated works for the…

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240-sq-ft Hotel Micro-Suite Will Invite Visitors Inside to Try Out Transforming Furniture

240-sq-ft Hotel Micro-Suite Will Invite Visitors Inside to Try Out Transforming Furniture

In the U.S., the average luxury hotel suite is estimated to be around 600 square feet (excluding the bathroom), but Hotel Resource aims to show that a room half that size can deliver…

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This Will Soon Be NYC's Most Expensive Condo

This Will Soon Be NYC's Most Expensive Condo

While the tiny apartment movement gains momentum, NYC's richest are still chasing after the largest, most indulgent abodes the city has ever seen. Early next year, the most expensive…

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Rat-Infested Seward Park Could Improve with Help from New Neighborhood Conservancy

Rat-Infested Seward Park Could Improve with Help from New Neighborhood Conservancy

Lower East Side residents are fed up with the unkempt conditions at Seward Park and they're ready to do something about the problem. In its current condition, the century-old…

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"What's That Smell?": Artist Kate McLean Creates a Smellmap of NYC

Let's face it: NYC stinks. Garbage, dog poop, sewage...that guy squished up next to you on the train who forgot to wear deodorant (lucky you). You might not be able to avoid the stank…

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Check Out the Beautiful Feng Shui Makeover Planned for This Manhattan Hotel

Check Out the Beautiful Feng Shui Makeover Planned for This Manhattan Hotel

When the owners of the 414 Hotel decided to renovate their 22-room boutique hotel located in Midtown Manhattan, they were looking to implement sustainable and energy-efficient…

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Brooke Shields' Bizarre and Wonderful Citi Bike Halloween Costume is a Must-See

Brooke Shields' Bizarre and Wonderful Citi Bike Halloween Costume is a Must-See

Wondering what to be for Halloween this year? Take a tip from actress Brooke Shields and copy her amazingly bizarre and wonderful Citi Bike costume from last year. For her…

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"Lonesome George", Last Giant Tortoise from Galapagos, Comes to Museum of Natural History

  As a fitting homage and send-off for Lonesome George, the world's last giant tortoise from the Galapagos Islands, the American Museum of Natural History has launched a…

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What You Need To Know To Attend the People’s Climate March Today

What You Need To Know To Attend the People’s Climate March Today

A series of high-profile climate change awareness events is taking place in New York City starting today and is poised to change the world - with your help. The massive campaign kicks…

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