7 Train Extension and East Side Access Projects Delayed Due to Construction Issues

7 Train Extension and East Side Access Projects Delayed Due to Construction Issues

New York commuters will be disappointed - but probably not surprised - to hear that the city's $2.4 billion 7 train extension will not be ready for service as expected this June. The…

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Sled Down a 60-Foot Toboggan Run Today as Super Bowl Boulevard Takes Over Broadway

Sled Down a 60-Foot Toboggan Run Today as Super Bowl Boulevard Takes Over Broadway

Super Bowl Sunday is this weekend in case you hadn't heard through Twitter, TV, your friends, Spotify ads, or the fact that New York City’s Broadway has been transformed into a…

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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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Residents Rally to Have MTA Fix Long-Broken Escalator at East Broadway Station

Residents Rally to Have MTA Fix Long-Broken Escalator at East Broadway Station

Residents living near the F train's East Broadway stop have been inconvenienced by the subway station’s broken escalator for nearly two years. Despite continual promises by the…

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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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James Corner Field Operations' Muscota Marsh Restoration Will Help Clean the Harlem River

James Corner Field Operations' Muscota Marsh Restoration Will Help Clean the Harlem River

The lead firm behind the High Line recently completed their newest riverfront park, a self-sustaining ecosystem located on an acre of land in northern Manhattan. Designed by James…

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Villard Michel Richard Marries Fine Dining with Modern Whimsy Inside the Historic New York Palace Hotel

Villard Michel Richard Marries Fine Dining with Modern Whimsy Inside the Historic New York Palace Hotel

The challenge faced by Jeffrey Beers was to update the three rooms in the New York Palace Hotel in a way that would be compelling to modern diners without removing or altering the 19th…

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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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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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Winter Jam 2014: Ski, Sled and Snowboard on a Giant Mountain of Snow Today In New York!

Winter Jam 2014: Ski, Sled and Snowboard on a Giant Mountain of Snow Today In New York!

If you've been shaking your fist at Old Man Winter these past few weeks, here's a chance to experience all of that snow from Hercules and Janus in a whole new light. On January 25th,…

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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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Arden Reed's Tailor Truck Brings a High-Tech Custom Suit Station Right to Your Doorstep

Arden Reed's Tailor Truck Brings a High-Tech Custom Suit Station Right to Your Doorstep

Food trucks helped bring a whole new variety of mobile eats to New York City and now a few enterprising clothing stores are following "suit." Haberdashery specialists Arden…

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Warm Your Frozen Body in This Heated, Beach-Themed Bus Shelter Oasis in Midtown

Warm Your Frozen Body in This Heated, Beach-Themed Bus Shelter Oasis in Midtown

As New Yorkers shiver through the second coming of the Polar Vortex today, one beach-themed bus stop in Midtown is attempting to lift some spirits. Sponsored by the Greater Fort…

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Shigeru Ban's Twin Rooftop Penthouses Will Perch Atop an Existing Tribeca Building

Shigeru Ban's Twin Rooftop Penthouses Will Perch Atop an Existing Tribeca Building

Rendering: Hayes Davidson Simply called the Cast Iron House, the historic gem is currently undergoing a makeover by Shigeru Ban. The interior of the building will also be designed by…

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YOTEL's Giant Interactive LEGO Wall Invites Guests to Play

YOTEL's Giant Interactive LEGO Wall Invites Guests to Play

When faced with the inevitable realities of expansion and renovation, YOTEL decided to use the opportunity to make something truly creative that guests could actually enjoy. The hotel…

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Jean-Georges Vongerichten to Open Vegan

Jean-Georges Vongerichten to Open Vegan "ABC Home Grown" Restaurant in 2014

Jean-Georges Veganrichten? NYC veggie-lovers are overjoyed at news that celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten is planning to launch a new vegetarian and vegan restaurant this year.…

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Port Authority Tests One World Trade Center Spire's Dazzling LED Lights

Port Authority Tests One World Trade Center Spire's Dazzling LED Lights

The Empire State Building's energy-efficient LED lights have been adding a bright burst of color to the NYC skyline, and now it looks like One World Trade Center will be joining in…

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Surplus Candy: Street Artists Graffiti-Bomb 4 Stories of Abandoned East Village Apartment Building

Surplus Candy: Street Artists Graffiti-Bomb 4 Stories of Abandoned East Village Apartment Building

Dozens of local street artists were invited to stake their own claims over pieces of the former apartment building over six days.  With a message of disdain for increasing rent prices…

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Hevo Power's Wireless Manhole Cover EV Chargers Arriving Soon in NYC

Hevo Power's Wireless Manhole Cover EV Chargers Arriving Soon in NYC

Back in October, Hevo Power announced that its new wireless induction EV chargers that look like manhole covers would be arriving in NYC in the first quarter of 2014. Now the…

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Manhattan West Doubles Its Public Space Plans to Over Two Acres

Manhattan West Doubles Its Public Space Plans to Over Two Acres

The Manhattan West project originally called for the construction of two 65-story office towers and a 60-story residential tower just a block away from Hudson Yards. While that part…

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PETA to Protest SeaWorld Celebrity Penguin Appearance at Bagatelle Party Tonight

PETA to Protest SeaWorld Celebrity Penguin Appearance at Bagatelle Party Tonight

SeaWorld’s two adorable penguin mascots, Pete and Penny, are coming to New York for a special event in the Meatpacking District tonight, but PETA wants people to realize that the…

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NYC's $92 Million Flood-Resistant Pier 42 Project Moves Forward

NYC's $92 Million Flood-Resistant Pier 42 Project Moves Forward

"Responding to the devastation of Hurricane Sandy and the city’s ongoing dedication to resilient design, all aspects of the project are designed to be flood-resistant and…

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