Critics say Columbia hasn't hired enough African-American architects for its Manhattanville expansion.
Pratt alumni went on to create Tom and Jerry, Scrabble and the Chrysler Building.
Four homes on Spring Street and Dominick Street built in the early 19th century are now landmarks.
The Newman Library at Baruch College is hosting an exhibition of designs for the East River Greenway.
The public will have the opportunity to peek inside several buildings this weekend, from the fashionable to the controversial.
Tours of three architectural treasures in Washington Heights are included in the ninth-annual Open House New York weekend.
From churches and synagogues to the United Nations and Grand Central terminal, Open House New York will give the public access to a multitude of east side buildings this weekend.
City buildings account for almost 80 percent of greenhouse gas emissions, according to statistics highlighted in a new show at the Village's Center for Architecture that kicked of "Archtober" events citywide.
Open House New York Weekend will give behind-the-scenes looks at architectural and historical gems on the Upper East and beyond, goes live on Tuesday.
Daniel Straus' plans to transform six brownstones and two townhouses he bought last year from the Whitney museum on Madison Avenue and East 74th Street have met community opposition.
The "Delancey Underground" project would turn the underground space into a community park that uses solar lighting.
The National Academy Museum reopens its beaux arts townhouse on Fifth Avenue after a $3.5 million renovation.
The Center for Architecture took over new space on Monday next door to its current location at 536 LaGuardia Place.
The Guggenheim Museum will build a temporary arts space on a rat-infested East Village lot.
A new exhibit of the work by famed sculptor John Storrs focuses on New York's skyscraper skyline.
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