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    Free WiFi Kiosks Encounter Challenges in Roll-Out Across NYC

    The year 2016 brought good tidings for WiFi access in NYC: The city kicked off LinkNYC, a program designed to convert all New York city payphones into WiFi hotspots, complete with USB charging ports. ...
  2. The late Zaha Hadid in front of Scotland's Riverside Museum, her first major public commission in the UK (Photo: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

    Zaha Hadid-Designed Building to Rise in NYC’s West Chelsea

    Renowned architect Zaha Hadid sadly passed away in March 2016, but her designs live on. The Moinian Group announced this week that it plans to move ahead with one of Hadid's last building designs,  ...
  3. The congested intersection of 14th Street and Union Square East (Photo: Juliuana Swenson/Flickr CC)

    14th Street in NYC May Become a Car-Free Haven for Pedestrians

    As one of the busiest thoroughfares in Manhattan, 14th Street is constantly clogged with traffic -- so the vision of the street completely car-free feels a little like a fever dream. ...
  4. Hallett Nature Sanctuary (Photo: Courtesy of Central Park Conservancy)

    A Secret Section of Central Park Has Opened to the Public

    Central Park is such a New York destination, often crowded by both tourists and New Yorkers, that it's hard to imagine there's anything secret about it.  ...
  5. Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn (Photo: Lisa Larson-Walker/Flickr CC)

    The Most Rapidly Gentrifying Neighborhoods in New York City

    This week, NYU's Furman Center released a report ranking the 15 most gentrified neighborhoods, out of 55 neighborhoods total, in New York City. ...
  6. The newly landmarked Pepsi-Cola sign in Long Island City (Photo: Roger Braunstein/Flickr CC)

    8 New Landmarks Designated in NYC this Week

    This week, New York City gained eight new landmarks -- everything from the iconic Pepsi Cola sign on the Long Island City waterfront to a farmhouse dating back to the 18th century in Brooklyn. ...
  7. A coffee roaster empties freshly roasted Sumatran peaberry coffee beans from the small-batch roaster at the Starbucks Corp. Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room in Seattle, Washington, U.S. (Photo: David Ryder/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

    Starbucks to Open Roastery Superstore in Meatpacking District in NYC

    As if 220 NYC locations aren't enough to whet its caffeine-fueled appetite, Starbucks announced yesterday that it plans to open a 20,000-square-foot Roastery superstore in 2018 at 61 Ninth Avenue.  ...
  8. A rendering of Hub on the Hudson by Eytan Kaufman

    NYC Architect Proposes a Floating Island off the High Line

    The High Line is already one of New York's coolest parks. Now imagine if it was also connected to a floating island in the middle of the Hudson River. ...
  9. 42nd Street from the Tudor City Overpass in Tudor City (Photo: Jeffrey Zeldman/Flickr CC)

    On the Rise: 8 NYC Neighborhoods to Buy or Rent in Now

    It's no secret: New York is an expensive place to live, especially when it comes to the real estate. Shopping on a budget in a city that's infamous for its multi-million-dollar condos poses plenty of challenges ...
  10. Governor Cuomo has announced that $50 million in funds will go toward projects to revitalize Lower Manhattan (Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

    Major Upgrades Will Revitalize Lower Manhattan in NYC

    In the spring of 2015, the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation reached a settlement with a construction company concerning the demolition of the Deutsche Bank Building, ...