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5 incredible new public art pieces commissioned for Art in the Parks
New York City is home to some of the most amazing public art in the world thanks in part to its "Art in the Parks" program.
Brent Lomas February 11, 2016
10 city views that will make you miss the NYC tourist helicopters
A new plan has been set in motion to reduce the number of tourism helicopters in the city by 50 percent.
Brent Lomas February 10, 2016
Beechwood Organization lays foundation for Country Pointe Estates Ridge, a serene Long Island community
The tree-lined neighbourhood offers six different home models of the ranch and two-story variety.
Instagramarama: Check out 7 of Chicago’s most famous sights as seen on Instagram
Chicago is well known for its cultural institutions, historic sites and diverse collection of heritage and modern architecture.
James Bombales February 5, 2016
16 groovy photos of San Francisco in the 1960s
Celebrate Super Bowl 50 by taking an historic look back at the host city as it appeared around the time of Super Bowl I.
Valerie Veteto February 4, 2016
This noise complaint map shows why it’s called “the city that never sleeps”
Manhattan overall had the most complaints per tract, while central Brooklyn is getting noisier.
Brent Lomas February 1, 2016
24 brilliant design ideas for your boring bedroom
From a loft closet to a bedside bathtub.
Michael Aynsley January 31, 2016
Beechwood Organization lays foundation for Country Pointe Estates Ridge, a serene Long Island community
The tree-lined neighbourhood offers six different home models of the ranch and two-story variety.
Netflix and chill not such a cheap date idea at this $400/night Airbnb rental
If you decide to take a break from Daredevil and well, other things, the surrounding neighborhood has plenty to offer.
Kelsey Pudloski January 30, 2016
Seattle real estate developer serves time for poisoning trees
"Arboristic homicide" gets you 45 days in jail and a $156,413 fine in the Pacific Northwest.
Sydney Parker January 29, 2016
Instagramarama: 5 amazing Instagram photos of Vienna, the world’s most livable city
With a vibrant arts scene, walkable streetscapes and beautiful architecture, it’s not hard to see why people want to live here.
James Bombales January 29, 2016
Here’s why 2015 was the safest year on the Big Apple’s streets since 1910
Mayor de Blasio credited the significant declines to the broad sweeping reforms of the Vision Zero plan.
Brent Lomas January 28, 2016
Beechwood Organization lays foundation for Country Pointe Estates Ridge, a serene Long Island community
The tree-lined neighbourhood offers six different home models of the ranch and two-story variety.
Your home is probably full of bugs: study
This is not recommended reading for the squeamish.
Josh Sherman January 26, 2016
Instagramarama: Seeing Sydney through the eyes of Instagram
Sydney is Australia’s largest city and is known worldwide for its stunning architecture, beautiful beaches and iconic skyline.
James Bombales January 22, 2016
Beechwood Organization lays foundation for Country Pointe Estates Ridge, a serene Long Island community
The tree-lined neighbourhood offers six different home models of the ranch and two-story variety.
How dangerous are NYC’s decaying gas lines?
A number of measures are in place to quickly and safely replace the lines and check for problems.
Brent Lomas January 21, 2016
24 easy and inexpensive ways to upgrade your bathroom
There's no need to invest in a full reno.
Michael Aynsley January 17, 2016
Dorm life for life: WeWork testing co-living apartments in Manhattan
The startup’s latest venture is geared towards well-to-do Millennials seeking a sense of community and a month-to-month rental agreement.
Kelsey Pudloski January 16, 2016
These 10 mind-blowing spaces by Antoni Gaudi will change how you see the world
Photo: yvonnerland/Instagram Born on June 25th, 1852 in the small village of Riudoms in Spain, Antoni Gaudí was a Catalan architect whose portfolio of work...
James Bombales January 15, 2016
Beechwood Organization lays foundation for Country Pointe Estates Ridge, a serene Long Island community
The tree-lined neighbourhood offers six different home models of the ranch and two-story variety.
Here’s how NYC hit its 1 million tree target in 2015
Advocates for a greener New York City are celebrating, because they hit a goal that no other American city has hit before.
Brent Lomas January 14, 2016
Two ways hundreds of thousands of NYC commuters will save on transit in 2016
The City's Commuter Benefits Law, which came into effect January 1st, requires employers with at least 20 full-time employees to offer a pre-tax commuter savings program.
Brent Lomas January 12, 2016
FEMA grants decrease as NYC nears Hurricane Sandy relief goals
FEMA has steadily funded and reimbursed these efforts, offering grant assistance for debris removal, emergency protective measures and more.
Brent Lomas January 12, 2016