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  1. A rendering of at the proposed streetcar line, Brooklyn Queens Connector (Credit: Friends of the Brooklyn Queens Connector)

    Support Grows for Waterfront Streetcar Between Brooklyn and Queens

    Many a New Yorker has anguished over the difficulty of traveling between Brooklyn and Queens, despite the fact that these two boroughs nudge up against each other. ...
  2. The interior of the Spring Street salt shed as it is filled with salt before the snowstorm on January 21, 2016 in New York, NY (Photo: Bryan Thomas/Getty Images)

    New York’s Newest Salt Shed is Also a Work of Art

    This week, New Yorkers have been digging themselves out of Winter Storm Jonas, which dumped 26.6 inches of snow in Central Park. ...
  3. Santiago Calatrava's Oculus under construction in August, 2015 (Photo: Billy Ward/Flickr CC)

    World Trade Center’s Oculus Subway Will Open in March 2016

    There's an official opening date for the striking transit hub that's long been under construction at the World Trade Center. ...
  4. A rendering of the exterior of Empire Stores, Dumbo (Photo: Empire Stores)

    8 Most Anticipated NYC Real Estate Openings of 2016

    There's no shortage of buildings opening these days in New York. Last year was hailed for its rock-solid real estate market, ...
  5. A rendering of a new glass façade at Penn Station once the proposed renovations are completed (Credit: New York State Governor's Office)

    Ambitious Renovation Plans Announced for Penn Station in NYC

    Ask any New Yorker about their least favorite places in the city, and Penn Station is sure to top the list. ...
  6. (Photo: Mlcastle/Flickr CC)

    Defunct NYC Pay Phones to Become WiFi Hotspots in 2016

    Finally, a use for the many defunct pay phones that still line New York City streets. This year, the city is moving ahead with a plan to transform 7,500 pay phones ...
  7. TWA Building (PhotoL Kbrinker/Flickr CC)

    Tour the Amazing TWA Flight Center at Open House New York 2015

    New York City is home to dozens of amazing buildings hidden from the public for most of the year. But one weekend every October, Open House New York opens up hundreds of the city’s most architecturally and culturally significant spaces throughout the five boroughs. ...
  8. The South Street Seaport Museum will offer walking tours as part of Archtober (Photo: Harvey Barrison/Flickr CC)

    3 Can’t-Miss “Archtober” Events in NYC

    This October, NYC celebrates its fifth annual Archtober, a month filled with tours, lectures, films and exhibitions hosted by the American Institute of Architects that highlight the importance of architecture and design in the city. ...
  9. Pope Francis departs after arriving in the United States at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland on September 22, 2015; The popes lodgings while in New York City (Photo: Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images)

    The Pope’s “Home Away from Rome” in NYC

    Pope Francis, the 266th pope and the first elected non-European pope since 741 AD, kicked off his first trip to the United States this week. ...
  10. The Dakota, John Lennon (Photos: Alejandro Lavin, Jr/Flickr CC, Central Press/Getty Images)

    8 Most Haunted Apartment Buildings in NYC

    It’s common for New Yorkers to regularly move around to different apartments and neighborhoods, but what about those residents who simply decide to stay... not just in life, but also in death? ...