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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New Astoria ferry service can get you to Manhattan faster than the subway

New Astoria ferry service can get you to Manhattan faster than the subway

Hallet’s Cove in Astoria will be home to a new ferry terminal, the New York City Economic Development Corp. announced June 4. The terminal is part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s larger…

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Cornell Tech to bring the world's first Passive House high-rise building to Roosevelt Island

Cornell Tech to bring the world's first Passive House high-rise building to Roosevelt Island

Construction is slated to start this month on what-will-be the world's first high-rise residential tower built according to Passive House (PH) standards, considered the most rigorous…

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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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Glistening glass-enclosed penthouse to rise atop historic Soho building

Glistening glass-enclosed penthouse to rise atop historic Soho building

The design is "based in the language of the historic context—specifically the repetition and proportion of architectural elements, the shadows produced by layers on the facade, and…

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Mayor de Blasio opens first rebuilt section of new resilient Rockaway Beach Boardwalk

Mayor de Blasio opens first rebuilt section of new resilient Rockaway Beach Boardwalk

TEXT “Today is a great day for the Rockaways and for our city. The boardwalk is central to this community’s history and identity – and the new boardwalk will be a…

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Pratt's Open Sewer Mapping Project helps New Yorkers understand the city's sewer problems

Pratt's Open Sewer Mapping Project helps New Yorkers understand the city's sewer problems

Flooding and sewage overflow has been a hot button issue in New York City since Hurricane Sandy, inciting city and private programs to create new systems to help prevent future…

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Times Square could be transformed into a lush urban forest through this Kickstarter campaign

Times Square could be transformed into a lush urban forest through this Kickstarter campaign

Goodbye concrete jungle and hello verdant forest? Urban botanist Marielle Anzelone has started an incredible $25,000 Kickstarter campaign that aims to turn NYC's Times Square into a…

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95 local students envision awesome features for NYC's underground Lowline park (PHOTOS)

95 local students envision awesome features for NYC's underground Lowline park (PHOTOS)

The interactive exhibit features the students' handmade 3D models, which illustrate their most fantastical aspirations for the Lowline from trees and ponds to fountains, historic…

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Architects unveil vibrant design for “Brooklyn Strand” greenway

Architects unveil vibrant design for “Brooklyn Strand” greenway

WXY principal Claire Weisz and the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership presented the Strand during a Community Board 2 meeting last week. The presentation included updated design renderings…

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Javits Center's massive green roof doubles as an urban bird oasis

Javits Center's massive green roof doubles as an urban bird oasis

Looks like birds of a feather really do flock together -- on the Jacob Javits Center's green roof, that is. The West Side convention center's massive 29,200-square-foot green roof has…

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Take a gander at the over-budget and much-delayed WTC Transportation Hub from the inside

Take a gander at the over-budget and much-delayed WTC Transportation Hub from the inside

The much-anticipated design has come under fire for years now due to not only its delayed construction, but also for its continuously ballooning budget. The original estimated cost for…

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Check out + POOL's free art installation at the Ace Hotel to learn about NYC's first river-purifying pool

Check out + POOL's free art installation at the Ace Hotel to learn about NYC's first river-purifying pool

If the idea of taking a dip on a warm, sunny summer day sounds really good to you right about now, + POOL has a treat for you over at the Ace Hotel. The team behind the initiative to…

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OMA to design the High Line's latest project

OMA to design the High Line's latest project

OMA is the latest in a list of internationally acclaimed architects to contribute to New York City's High Line. The architecture firm has been tapped by developer Related Companies to…

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12-acre Innovation District looks to revitalize Red Hook, Brooklyn

12-acre Innovation District looks to revitalize Red Hook, Brooklyn

Red Hook isn't just for IKEA trips anymore. A new project called the Red Hook Innovation District aims to create a 12-acre mixed use area filled with offices, retail space, performance…

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What would NYC's 42nd Street look like as a pedestrian haven with a light rail system?

What would NYC's 42nd Street look like as a pedestrian haven with a light rail system?

Ateliergeorges Studio's design, From Infrastructure to Urban Renewal, focuses on connecting the city's existing transportation systems into a new urban transit hub while simultaneously…

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NYC unveils its first large-scale wind turbine on the Brooklyn waterfront (PHOTOS)

NYC unveils its first large-scale wind turbine on the Brooklyn waterfront (PHOTOS)

Each month, the Sunset Park MRF in the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal processes over 15,000 tons of recycling waste from the NYC boroughs, and the new wind turbine was one of the first…

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Stereotank's Valentine's Day installation will pump loving beats through Times Square

Stereotank's Valentine's Day installation will pump loving beats through Times Square

Times Square will be thumping to the sounds of a more literal urban pulse this Valentine's Day thanks to Brooklyn- based, Venezuelan-born design firm Stereotank. The firm's…

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Is the Port Authority already looking to sell the World Trade Center?

Is the Port Authority already looking to sell the World Trade Center?

One World Trade Center just opened its doors this fall, but the Port Authority may already be considering selling the entire WTC site. According to an extensive report released this…

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Beery Christmas? Massive holiday tree made of kegs lights up Rochester

Beery Christmas? Massive holiday tree made of kegs lights up Rochester

Move over Rockefeller Center. Rochester, NY's Genesee Brewing Company has an impressive Christmas tree of its own and it's made out of hundreds of beer kegs. Built by 20 of the…

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Extruded 3D real estate maps show which NYC nabes are the most bang per buck

Extruded 3D real estate maps show which NYC nabes are the most bang per buck

You've probably seen heatmaps showing your area's real estate prices, but they often don't show the whole picture. Hoping to tell a more comprehensive story about average home prices in…

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3,000 New Jobs Expected Thanks to $140 Million Investment in Brooklyn Navy Yard

3,000 New Jobs Expected Thanks to $140 Million Investment in Brooklyn Navy Yard

Yesterday, NYC mayor Bill de Blasio announced a $140 million investment in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, which is expected to facilitate the creation of about 3,000 new jobs. According to…

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