59th St to 110th St, New York, NY 10028
Ice skating season is here.
The park’s first statues dedicated to historic women will honor Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
Financier Howard Marks listed the two-bedroom condo for $50 million in 2012. After five years and one major price chop, it’s finally baited a buyer.
The penthouse of The Majestic also comes with a golf simulator, a kitchen with 30-foot ceilings, and those uninterrupted Central Park views.
Central Park views and a "functional" kitchen
Plaques placing statues within a historical context may appear across the city.
The installation will appear in 300+ locations across the city.
Part-owner Prince al-Waleed bin Talal has expressed interest in "[reinstating] the glory" of the hotel—he just has to take ownership first.
City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito is leading the charge for the removal of the monument to the contentious Italian explorer.
The building had the highest average price per square foot last year.
Dr. J. Marion Sims performed examinations on enslaved black women between 1845 and 1849.
Did you guess the correct asking price?
Another 432 Park Avenue with glorious views is looking for a buyer.
Three things to know today.
The triplex in artists co-op The Studio Building comes with soaring ceilings and loads of original details.
Landmarks West! has filed a lawsuit attempting to stop a West 70th Street synagogue from building a community center topped by condos.