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Visitors to London’s Olympic Park will soon be able whiz down the world’s longest slide
The slide is set to open in spring of 2016, which seems reason enough to start planning a trip across the pond.
Kelsey Pudloski August 1, 2015
Instagramarama: 10 BIG and bold designs by Bjarke Ingels
Ingels was originally interested in becoming a cartoonist and studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in hopes of improving his drawing skills.
James Bombales July 31, 2015
Citi Bike to pedal into Queens in early August
The first station will be located in Long Island City.
Brent Lomas July 30, 2015
Toll Brothers City Living reveals stunning model suite at 1110 Park Avenue
From the expansive, light-filled floor plans to the chic, regal finishes, it's nothing short of a dream home.
ArtBuilt Mobile Studios offers tiny, mobile workspaces for artists and entrepreneurs
For many artists, a lofty, downtown office space just isn’t an option.
Brent Lomas July 30, 2015
New infographic from The Design Trust details the positive impacts of urban agriculture
The graphic sheds light on the community benefits of urban agriculture.
Brent Lomas July 29, 2015
Evolution of digital real estate marketplace continues with recent Zillow acquisition
Zillow Group announced last week that it had acquired the digital transaction platform, DotLoop.
Demi Wetzel July 29, 2015
12 rare and historic photos of Dallas’ Main Street dating back to 1900 up to the 1960s
Immerse yourself in Texas charm and old-world architecture with these vintage photographs.
Mackenzie Patterson July 29, 2015
River & Warren sales success affirms Battery Park City’s arrival as a luxury neighborhood
Park view two-bedroom residences are priced from $2.425 million and three- to four-bedroom waterfront residences from $4.5 million.
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Central Park Commission approves statue of women’s rights pioneers
The statue will be the first of its kind in the park.
Brent Lomas July 28, 2015
17 concrete rooms that are surprisingly cozy
Home design that's as sturdy as it is stunning.
Michael Aynsley July 26, 2015
Community organization transforms unused spaces under NYC transit systems
New York City is known for its space-saving hacks.
Brent Lomas July 24, 2015
Instagramarama: 10 unbelievable bird’s-eye views of cities around the world
Flying high above the ground gives such a different view of the world below.
James Bombales July 24, 2015
Summer Film Series is Gotham West’s latest addition to impressive roster of amenities
Open exclusively to Club Members, programming is curated to create a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
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NYC gets more free Wi-Fi…via garbage bins?
Turns out that Google's much-hyped Sidewalk Labs aren't quite as cutting-edge as we thought.
Brent Lomas July 23, 2015
City of New York Council postpones vote on Uber restrictions
This is on the heels of an aggressive public campaign by Uber to sway city officials in their favor.
Brent Lomas July 23, 2015
Hacktivism: Mapping rent-controlled apartments in New York City
New map reveals changes in NYC rent-controlled apartments since 2007.
Brent Lomas July 22, 2015
Uber releases anti-de Blasio video ahead of City Council vote
The video is titled "Mayor de Blasio's proposal will destroy 10,000 jobs."
Brent Lomas July 21, 2015
Toll Brothers City Living reveals stunning model suite at 1110 Park Avenue
From the expansive, light-filled floor plans to the chic, regal finishes, it's nothing short of a dream home.
Throwing defunct subway cars in the ocean is good for the environment?
They have been used to develop an underwater reef for crustaceans and fish in the Atlantic.
Brent Lomas July 20, 2015
New website estimates subway travel time from anywhere in New York City
All you have to do is enter your starting address.
Brent Lomas July 20, 2015
31 things that you absolutely must have in your new home
Secret rooms and a two-story closet? Essential.
Michael Aynsley July 19, 2015
Instagramarama: These 10 floating buildings appear to defy the laws of gravity
Photo: hollygreasley/Instagram Architects are continuously striving to impress with their works. Some focus on curvaceous lines while others on towering heights. Sometimes they even try...
James Bombales July 17, 2015
River & Warren sales success affirms Battery Park City’s arrival as a luxury neighborhood
Park view two-bedroom residences are priced from $2.425 million and three- to four-bedroom waterfront residences from $4.5 million.
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Spend a terrifying night hanging from a cliff in one of these transparent sleeping pods
A night in one of the Skylodge Adventure Suites will cost you about $290 a night, and that includes dinner, breakfast and a nerve-calming alcoholic beverage.
Michael Aynsley July 16, 2015
NYC to Google: Stop drivers from making left hand turns!
City officials made a request to Google's web mapping service early in July.
Brent Lomas July 15, 2015
Luxury broker accused of placing phony listings of celebrity homes online
The ads he placed listed homes belonging to celebrities like Anna Wintour and Darren Aronofsky.
Brent Lomas July 14, 2015
Mayor Bill de Blasio aims to power 100 percent of City operations with renewable sources
He’s quickly becoming the most environmentally-active mayor in New York City history.
Brent Lomas July 14, 2015