Rafael Viñoly volunteers to design Tribeca's Pier 26 marine education facility for free

Rafael Viñoly volunteers to design Tribeca's Pier 26 marine education facility for free

Right now, Pier 26 in Tribeca doesn’t look like much. Literally. The blank canvas of concrete on the Hudson River between North Moore and Hubert streets has been torturing locals for…

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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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You're invited to check out the Lowline Lab's new underground park testing ground

You're invited to check out the Lowline Lab's new underground park testing ground

The long-awaited Lowline Lab will soon be open to the public! As a precursor to the Lowline park, which promises to be the first underground park in NYC, if not the world, the Lab will…

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SoHo co-working space fuels startups with quirky vintage touches and year-round ice cream

SoHo co-working space fuels startups with quirky vintage touches and year-round ice cream

Rameet Chawla, fueled, co working spaces, co working spaces nyc, shared workspaces, nyc, workplace design, office design, eco design, sustainable design, green design, recycled design,…

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'Cool Globes' eco-spheres bring artful climate change awareness to Battery Park

'Cool Globes' eco-spheres bring artful climate change awareness to Battery Park

If you're walking around Battery Park soon make sure to check out the globe-trotting, eco-conscious art installation, “Cool Globes: Hot Ideas for a Cool Plant”. As part of an…

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Voice your thoughts about the East River flood barrier plan tonight at 6PM

Voice your thoughts about the East River flood barrier plan tonight at 6PM

A public forum tonight, October 6, will be the last chance for residents to weigh in on the city’s ambitious plan to create a flood barrier along the East River. The meeting will be…

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Anthony Bourdain reveals plans for NYC's largest food market at Pier 57

Anthony Bourdain reveals plans for NYC's largest food market at Pier 57

Anthony Bourdain plans to open a major food market at Pier 57, which developers hope will draw in some 20,000 visitors a day once it opens. At 155,000 square feet, Bourdain Market will…

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Zaha Hadid launches her High Line-hugging, LEED-seeking 520 West 28th Street residences

Zaha Hadid launches her High Line-hugging, LEED-seeking 520 West 28th Street residences

520 West 28th Street, Chelsea, eco design, green NYC, high line, high line architecture, high line condo, nyc architecture, Related companies, renderings, Zaha Hadid, zaha hadid…

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NYC pizzerias making 'Pope Pizzas' for papal visit

NYC pizzerias making 'Pope Pizzas' for papal visit

Via NY Post Pope Francisco, nyc pope visit, nyc pizzerias, nyc pizza, pope pizzas, nyc food, best nyc pizza, nyc food, pope usa visit,

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Task Force: Times Square pedestrian plazas will likely remain intact

Task Force: Times Square pedestrian plazas will likely remain intact

Last month, Mayor Bill de Blasio created a task force to investigate the possibility of axing the pedestrian plazas in Times Square as a way to deal with the problem of annoying…

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Landmark JFK solar project will collect sun in Queens and use it to power Bloomberg's Manhattan HQ

Landmark JFK solar project will collect sun in Queens and use it to power Bloomberg's Manhattan HQ

Bloomberg L.P.’s global headquarters, located in midtown Manhattan, and the company’s downtown data center will be getting a little bit greener, thanks to clean solar energy…

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New designs for SuperPier shipping container mall's 13,339-square-foot rooftop park revealed

New designs for SuperPier shipping container mall's 13,339-square-foot rooftop park revealed

Texas may be the land where everything is known for being larger than life, but New York knows a thing or two about going big, also. To prove it, updated plans have been revealed for…

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The New York Public Library could be in for a BIG makeover

The New York Public Library could be in for a BIG makeover

Word on the street is that the beloved New York Public Library might get a very BIG makeover soon.

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Ethiopian artist transforms trash from Africa's largest open market into thought-provoking sculptures

Ethiopian artist transforms trash from Africa's largest open market into thought-provoking sculptures

Ethiopian artist Elias Sime gleans cast offs from vendors at the Addis Ababa open market, and transforms the discarded bits into beautiful art works. Recently opened at the James Cohan…

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First new NYC subway station to be added in 26 years opens at Hudson Yards

First new NYC subway station to be added in 26 years opens at Hudson Yards

New York's first new subway addition in 26 years is now officially open for business. The MTA The $2.42 billion, 1.5-mile extension of the 7 Line to 34 St-11 Av was funded by…

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Tahiti Pehrson's heavenly paper cut sculptures will play tricks on your brain

Tahiti Pehrson's heavenly paper cut sculptures will play tricks on your brain

The impressive paper cut art works of Tahiti Pehrson take over Chelsea’s Joseph Gross Gallery for the month of September. Pehrson uses intricate paper cuts to explore the phenomenon…

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VIDEO: The story of the pear tree that survived 9/11

VIDEO: The story of the pear tree that survived 9/11

Today, on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, New York-based ad agency BBDO Worldwide released a short commemorative film featuring a little-known tree found at the World Trade Center…

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Have a sustainable stay at NYC's swanky Ink48 hotel

Have a sustainable stay at NYC's swanky Ink48 hotel

Kimpton's Ink48 hotel has a strong sustainability portfolio that goes hand in hand with the brand's cool luxurious vibe. Related: New eco-friendly hotel with massive herb garden…

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The Barbarian Group's crazy 4,400-sq-ft desk puts your work surface to shame

The Barbarian Group's crazy 4,400-sq-ft desk puts your work surface to shame

What does your desk look like? As technology continues to improve, our table manners are shifting and our work stations are transforming. Desks, as we have traditionally known, are…

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Zaha Hadid unveils temporary silver art tunnel near her in-progress High Line condos

Zaha Hadid unveils temporary silver art tunnel near her in-progress High Line condos

While Zaha Hadid’s futuristic condos on the High Line are under construction, she wanted to give people a reason to visit - and something to look at. A temporary installation debuted…

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Public outrage as de Blasio considers getting rid of Times Square pedestrian plazas

Public outrage as de Blasio considers getting rid of Times Square pedestrian plazas

Apparently, street performers in Times Square have become such a nuisance that the city is considering doing away with the pedestrian plazas. Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Thursday that…

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Chelsea condo strikes LEED Gold for its emphasis on healthy living and indoor air quality

Chelsea condo strikes LEED Gold for its emphasis on healthy living and indoor air quality

From honking cars to urinating strangers, most New Yorkers can agree the city is not the cleanest. In the bustling city that never sleeps, BKSK Architects challenges our city and raises…

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New SeaGlass carousel takes you on an underwater adventure inside of giant, illuminated fish

New SeaGlass carousel takes you on an underwater adventure inside of giant, illuminated fish

Battery Park, eco design, green architecture nyc, green design, nyc carousels, sea glass, sea glass carousel, seaglass, seaglass carousel, sustainable design, The Battery Conservancy,…

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Could Two World Trade Center become the most expensive office tower in the world?

Could Two World Trade Center become the most expensive office tower in the world?

Although the Two World Trade Center building has yet to be started, it looks the Bjarke Ingles-designed building is on track to become the world's most expensive office building.…

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NYC's newest cat café will have an outdoor garden, sake, and Japanese snacks

NYC's newest cat café will have an outdoor garden, sake, and Japanese snacks

Koneko is slated to open next month on the Lower East Side.

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