Massive Flash Factory night club built from salvaged materials opens tonight

Massive Flash Factory night club built from salvaged materials opens tonight

flash factory, reclaimed materials, eco materials, Mike Satsky, hecho, nyc music venues, recycled materials, green design, eco design, sustainable design

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Recently unearthed evidence indicates that Central Park may have come close to not existing

Recently unearthed evidence indicates that Central Park may have come close to not existing

Related: Snag a Piece of NYC History at the Landmark Preservation Commission’s Architectural Salvage Auction Via The New Yorker New York City Grid, John Randel, Jr.,…

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Confined Manhattan apartment artfully transformed into an airy loft

Confined Manhattan apartment artfully transformed into an airy loft

100% recycled black paperstone Related: 6 Clever tips to make your tiny apartment feel larger + CHUA Via Design Milk Photography by Matthew Chua and Vincent Chin…

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SOM’s glittering LEED Gold-seeking towers symbolize renewal of Manhattan’s Far West Side

SOM’s glittering LEED Gold-seeking towers symbolize renewal of Manhattan’s Far West Side

Located between the Penn Station complex and the gateway to the Hudson Yards district, Manhattan West comprises two full city blocks bound between Ninth and Tenth Avenues as well as…

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Aspiring chef lives in a 100-square-foot NYC apartment with no kitchen or windows

Aspiring chef lives in a 100-square-foot NYC apartment with no kitchen or windows

Related: Via Business Insider http://streeteasy.com/rental/810377 Chef Grayson Altenberg, chef's 100 square foot apartment, nyc apartments, nyc condos, nyc small homes, nyc…

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Mayor compromises on Central Park horse carriage deal in the face of intense criticism

Mayor compromises on Central Park horse carriage deal in the face of intense criticism

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s stance on horses in Central Park has shifted quite a bit since his campaign days two years ago. Back then, he took up the cause to ban the park’s historic…

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‘Poor door’ just the beginning of disparate living conditions at 50 Riverside, say lower-income residents

‘Poor door’ just the beginning of disparate living conditions at 50 Riverside, say lower-income residents

Related: Mayor de Blasio Vows to Close the Door on “Poor Door” Practices in NYC The Post quotes Assemblywoman Linda B. Rosenthal as saying that “No landlord should be…

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Central Park-inspired exoskeleton encases LEED-seeking 170 Amsterdam tower

Central Park-inspired exoskeleton encases LEED-seeking 170 Amsterdam tower

Related: + Handel Architects Via World Architecture News 170 Amsterdam, Handel Architects, manhattan architecture, nyc architecture, urban design, Leed certified buildings…

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WeWork welcomes residents into its new co-living space at 110 Wall Street

WeWork welcomes residents into its new co-living space at 110 Wall Street

WeWork’s 110 Wall Street location is already packed with seven floors of their signature innovative coworking spaces, packed with chic furniture, free coffee and a communal…

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New bill could improve conditions for Central Park carriage horses

New bill could improve conditions for Central Park carriage horses

The New York City Council is gearing up to launch a bill that would make major changes for horse-drawn carriages and pedicabs in Central Park. The proposal involves moving horse stables…

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Sophisticated Nolitan Hotel is filled with design touches that reflect NoLiTa's local charm

Sophisticated Nolitan Hotel is filled with design touches that reflect NoLiTa's local charm

Located at the corner of Elizabeth and Kenmare Streets, the bifurcated building has an eastern and western volume that is contingent to the neighborhood scale. The eastern portion…

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Crazy interactive map shows 600,000 NYC trees

Crazy interactive map shows 600,000 NYC trees

Related: Nature lover makes incredibly detailed map of park’s individual trees Via The Guardian + Jill Hubley Image via Jill Hubley website Jill Hubley, tree map,…

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Rockefeller Center Christmas tree will be recycled as lumber for Habitat for Humanity homes

Rockefeller Center Christmas tree will be recycled as lumber for Habitat for Humanity homes

Related: “The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is a gift that keeps giving." said Jonathan Reckford, CEO of Habitat for Humanity International. "It brings joy to people during the…

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Governor Cuomo unveils ambitious vision to overhaul Penn Station

Governor Cuomo unveils ambitious vision to overhaul Penn Station

Currently located beneath Madison Square Garden, the labyrinthine Penn Station has long been criticized for being difficult to navigate and dangerously overcrowded. Built in 1963, the…

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Cozy up with some kitties tonight at Koneko cat cafe's feline film fest

Cozy up with some kitties tonight at Koneko cat cafe's feline film fest

Up for a little feline snuggle? Head down to the Lower East Side cat cafe, Koneko Cat Cafe for their new movie nights. If you're free on Fridays and would like to hang out with some…

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Isay Weinfeld's High Line-hugging condos to be topped by Eden-like garden oasis

Isay Weinfeld's High Line-hugging condos to be topped by Eden-like garden oasis

Related: + Isay Weinfeld Via 6 Sq Ft Isay Weinfeld, high line condos, high line architecture, jardim condos, jardim condos highline, nyc parks, green architecture, green…

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Tour the secret train car restaurant hidden inside Bloomingdale's

Tour the secret train car restaurant hidden inside Bloomingdale's

Not to be confused with the posh Parisian restaurant by the same name

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Mysterious new Times Square benches hide a

Mysterious new Times Square benches hide a "powerful" secret

+ Snøhetta Via Wired Snøhetta architects, Times Square Renovation, nyc renovation nyc plaza, new york times square, charging benches, smart benches, power-charging…

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Times Square New Year's Eve ball drop will dazzle with 32,000+ LED lights

Times Square New Year's Eve ball drop will dazzle with 32,000+ LED lights

The world-famous New Year's ball is twelve feet in diameter and a whopping 11,875 pounds. To achieve its mesmerizing effect, the surface of the geodesic sphere is covered in 2,688…

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This secret train track was once used to transport VIPs into the Waldorf Astoria hotel

This secret train track was once used to transport VIPs into the Waldorf Astoria hotel

You probably wouldn’t noticed an ordinary door on 49 th Street, but the special door is a portal to the past- leading to the secret train platform used by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Long…

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DDG's new Tribeca condos wrap modern green features within a traditional brick facade

DDG's new Tribeca condos wrap modern green features within a traditional brick facade

Located in the Tribeca East Historic District on a site created by the extension of Sixth Avenue in 1938, 100 Franklin will be a ground-up residential building over ground floor…

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LEGO's new Skyline Collection lets you build your favorite NYC buildings

LEGO's new Skyline Collection lets you build your favorite NYC buildings

LEGO’s incredible new Skyline Collection lets building-block lovers recreate the most iconic skylines around the world. The newly launched kits come complete with the famous toy…

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NYC's Broadway envisioned as a massive Green Line park running through the city

NYC's Broadway envisioned as a massive Green Line park running through the city

Related: Sled Down a 60-Foot Toboggan Run Today as Super Bowl Boulevard Takes Over Broadway "Recognising that green public space is at a premium in the city, and proximity to it is…

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