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  1. A condo at 232 Adelphi Street

    3 Unique Converted NYC Churches You Can Live In

    New Yorkers today don’t attend church like they used to. Declining congregations across the five boroughs begs the question: What’s a city to do with the hundreds of historic, gorgeous churches ...
  2. A newly built pavilion near the repaired boardwalk at Rockaway Beach (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    New Rockaway Boardwalk Opens in NYC

    Surf culture, food stands, beautiful beaches and, of course, the boardwalk, draw summer visitors to the Rockaways in Queens. But the boardwalk had it rough these past few years, as much of it was obliterated in 2012 by Hurricane Sandy. ...
  3. "Imagining the Lowline" exhibit (Photo: The Lowline)

    The Lowline: World’s First Underground Park Planned for NYC

    Imagine a public park with landscaping, trees, fountains and benches. Now imagine it all underground. That’s the premise of the Lowline, set in a historic former trolley station in the Lower East Side. ...
  4. 232 East 63rd Street, Upper East Side

    10 Most Beautiful NYC Homes on the Market Right Now

    New York City real estate is famously (and infamously) the most expensive in the country -- but it offers the luxury to match. Curious to see how the other half live? Check out New York City’s top-tier homes, ...
  5. Woolworth Building (Photo: Jared Kofsky/

    Iconic Woolworth Building Now Offers Luxury Apartments (and Tours)

    The historic Woolworth Building, rising over the Financial District, originally opened as an office tower -- and as the tallest building in the world -- in 1913. Known as the “Cathedral of Commerce,” it was celebrated for its spectacular lobby, ...
  6. Aerial view of Hunter’s Point South [Rendering: NYCEDC]

    Long Island City is Growing at Hyper-Speed

    Over the last five years, the waterfront neighborhood of Long Island City, Queens, has been developing at hyper-speed. ...
  7. A rendering of the east half of the PATH mezzanine at the World Trade Center (Credit: Mike Chino for Inhabitat)

    World Trade Transportation Hub to Start Opening in June 2015

    Slowly but surely, the World Trade Center site is becoming less of a construction zone and more of a destination. The towering One World Trade Center opened in November 2014 and its rooftop observatory is slated to open at the end of May. ...
  8. Renderings of The Shops and Restaurants at Hudson Yards (Photo: Related Companies/Oxford Properties Group)

    Chef Thomas Keller to Curate Hudson Yards Restaurants

    The massive Hudson Yards project has been making real estate headlines for years now -- rightly so, since it’s a $20-billion, 17.4-million-square-foot development that promises to transform the west side of Manhattan. ...
  9. The gutted inside of the circa 1930 Brooklyn Vitaphone (later NBC) studios (Photo: Dave Miller and Mike Wright via Save the Vitagraph Smokestack)

    Historic Brooklyn Film Studios to Be Converted Into Housing

    New York is not a city of film studios -- besides the famous Kaufman Astoria Studios in Queens, a New Yorker would be hard pressed to name any others. ...
  10. TWA Terminal at Kennedy Airport (Photo: Kbrinker/Flickr CC)

    JetBlue May Open Hotel at Historic TWA Terminal

    One of the most striking buildings in Queens looks set to become a hotel. The TWA Terminal, designed by the Finnish-American architect Euro Saarinen, opened as a standalone terminal at JFK Airport back in 1962. ...
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