“An excellent expression of the neo-Classical style, the monumental domed building is the focal point of the [Columbia University] campus.”
On West 68th Street, a short distance away from Central Park, sits a building with a curious history.
John Lennon lived here until he was shot on the steps. His wife Yoko Ono still resides here. It is one of the most famous structures in the city: the Dakota Apartments.
When it was constructed in 1857, the E.V. Haughwout building was a mammoth addition to New York’s mostly modest architecture scene.
Although it is a home designed with protection and a quick escape tunnel, 15 Gramercy Park South never served its intended purpose.
Home of America’s first renowned interior decorator—Elsie de Wolfe—Washington Irving House, located on 122 East 17th Street (also known as 49 Irving Place), is said to [...]
The East Village has two buildings that could be considered one. They are the same color, by the same architect, practically the same height, but have two contrasting [...]
Broadway's oldest continuously operating legitimate theater, the Lyceum, is also the first Broadway theater designated a landmark.
The Henry Hudson Bridge celebrated its 75th anniversary on Dec. 12. Opposition from surrounding neighborhoods postponed its original conception in 1904.
Known as Manhattan's oldest public building in continuous use, St. Paul's Chapel opened in 1766, and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1966.