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Upper West Side »

Architects Create Avant-Garde Shelters for Feral Cats

The small shelters will be placed in areas where stray cats live.

Sunnyside »

Landmarks Commission Rejects Plan to Bring Aluminum House to Sunnyside

The Landmarks Preservation Commission said the building is "not appropriate" for the historic district.

Red Hook »

Inflatable Sculpture Exhibit Floats Into Red Hook

"Chrysalis" is an inflatable sculpture that will be on display at Pioneer Works  till Nov. 24.

Sunnyside »

Queens CB2 Votes Against Bringing Aluminum House to Landmarked Sunnyside

The board said the Aluminaire House is too out of character for Sunnyside Gardens, a landmarked district.

Prospect Heights »

Brooklyn Public Library Revives Original 1941 Doors in Historic Restoration

Brooklyn Public Library's Central Branch unveiled a $250,000 replica of its original entrance Thursday.

Rockaway Beach »

Paid Tour of Rockaway Shacks on Sandy Anniversary Canceled After Outrage

Assemblyman Phillip Goldfeder called the planned tour of the pricey but rusting structures "disgusting."

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Family-Run Firm Adds Art and Architecture to Brooklyn Homes

The Brooklyn Home Company has designed, built and renovated houses in the borough and across the city.

Sunnyside »

Architects Look to Bring Historic Aluminum House to Sunnyside Gardens Lot

A team of architects is looking to relocate a historic house to a vacant lot in Sunnyside Gardens.

Upper West Side »

Top 10 Non-Tourist Spots to Take Visitors on the Upper West Side

Looking to avoid the hordes at places such as the Natural History Museum? We've got some alternatives.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Hudson Yards Exhibit Shows Off New Models of Upcoming Neighborhood

The exhibit at the Center for Architecture kicks off on May 1.

New York City »

Photo Project Shows Off City Architecture Often Missed by New Yorkers

"Look Up New York" will showcase a different city building every day.

Brooklyn Heights »

Brooklyn's Newest Bridge Opens With A Bounce

Squibb Bridge is now open to the public, connecting Brooklyn Heights to Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Chelsea »

Architecture Cruise Spotlights Post-Sandy Planning on the High Seas

This year's AIA Around Manhattan Boat tour will look at the waterfront in a post-Sandy city.

TriBeCa »

Secrets of Century-Old Woolworth Tower Revealed in Exhibit

The iconic Woolworth Building celebrates its 100th birthday with an exhibit at the Skyscraper Museum

Long Island City »

Giant Pavilion Made of Skateboard Scraps Coming to MoMA PS1 This Summer

"Party Wall" will be installed for the annual summer music series in the museum's courtyard.