Green Roofs for an environmentally Friendly Greener City

Green Roofs for an environmentally Friendly Greener City

Legislatures are proposing that green roofs will create a greener city both literally and environmentally. The proposed bills may make downtown New York a more environmentally friendly area to work in, shop in and, most importantly, to live in.  Three City Council...
Owning a car in New York City

Owning a car in New York City

If you own a car in New York City and choose to pay for a car park then your life is much easier than those who get up to move their car from one side of the street to the other. If you do not live in a city you may think this is crazy. When I first moved to this...
Domino Park: The Journey from Sugar Refinery to Public Park

Domino Park: The Journey from Sugar Refinery to Public Park

A year ago, James Corner Field Operations, the design team behind the New York High Line, revealed that they would be designing a 6-acre public waterfront park on what used to be the Domino Sugar Refinery. Today, the park is finally open to the public as Domino Park....
New Basquiat doc by filmmaker Sara Driver opens at IFC

New Basquiat doc by filmmaker Sara Driver opens at IFC

Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat opened tonight at IFC Center, in Greenwich Village. The documentary, by filmmaker Sara Driver, explores the artist’s early life on the streets of New York, and how the city, and the time, shaped his...
UP AND AWAY

UP AND AWAY

TWA Hotel – Landing Soon MCR and MORSE Development are reigniting the magic of Eero Saarinen’s landmarked 1962 TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport, restoring and reimagining it as a first-class hotel. The former Trans World Flight Center, which opened in 1962 in the...