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Where to Find Affordable Housing in NYC

A comprehensive guide to New York City's affordable housing lotteries.

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8 great New York City starter homes

These NYC pads would be perfect for first-time home buyers: They’re in good neighborhoods, have (mostly) plenty of space, and are asking around $500,000.

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NYC’s 25 most expensive homes for sale

Here now, check out the 25 most expensive listings in NYC—they're just as ridiculously over-the-top as you might expect.

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The best new NYC condos hitting the market this spring

Spring is almost here, and that can only mean one thing: it's time to look at the many condos that will be hitting New York's real estate market in the next few months.

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The best NYC rentals hitting the market this spring

Spring is almost here, and that can only mean one thing: It’s time to look at the NYC rentals that will be up for grabs in the next few months.

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NYC’s supertall skyscraper boom, mapped

These 20+ skyscrapers will forever alter the New York City skyline

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26 best things to do in NYC right now

Curbed New York's editors have chosen the 26 places that you must visit in New York right now—the new classics, old favorites, and other essential sites.

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NYC's best under-the-radar museums, mapped

Make a date to visit these under-the-radar institutions, devoted to topics as diverse as subway history, Himalayan art, and jazz.

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New York City’s best places to cry in public, mapped

From the Staten Island Ferry to the fancy bathrooms in Bryant Park, here are the city’s best places for a sob session.

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The 29 best things to do in New York City with kids

We’ve rounded up the very best spots for families looking to explore everything NYC has to offer.

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13 notable NYC projects designed by black architects

From J. Max Bond Jr.’s design of National September 11 Memorial Museum to Leon Rodney’s African Burial Ground.

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The most beautiful interiors in New York City, mapped

From Art Deco stunners to modernist treasures, these are the NYC spaces that take our breath away.

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Downtown Brooklyn’s wild development boom, mapped

The transit-rich neighborhood is in the middle of a building boom—here, find all the buildings in development and under construction.

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The 14 most beautiful museums in NYC

Design and art collide at these New York City cultural institutions

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NYC's best furniture and home design shops

When it comes to finding good quality furniture in New York City, the options are basically endless—but which ones are the best? That's where we come in, with this list of more than two dozen fantastic furniture and home design stores in NYC.

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New York’s best public art installations this season

Get outside to check out some of the best art in New York City.

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New York City’s 20 oldest buildings, mapped

The city's oldest building dates to 1652

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The best ice skating rinks in New York City

Ice skating season is here.

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12 small towns near NYC to visit right now

Plan a day (or weekend) trip to one of these charming destinations, all of which are just a stone's throw from New York City.

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NYC’s 15 most iconic modern buildings

From a Midtown apartment complex to museum buildings, these structures exemplify the best of New York’s modern architecture.

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16 dazzling NYC holidays displays, mapped

Where to find festive displays in all five boroughs.

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The best holiday markets in NYC

For a truly unique shopping experience, head to one of these holiday markets.

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The definitive guide to ‘Home Alone 2’ filming locations in NYC

The Christmas classic was filmed all over Manhattan

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The definitive guide to the Hudson Yards development boom

These projects are in various states of development in the bustling west side neighborhood.

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A guide to the major megaprojects transforming New York City

Entire stretches of New York City are giving rise to new and recreated neighborhoods, from the World Trade Center to Willets Point.

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The most famous residents of New York City's cemeteries

Meet the notable actors, musicians, politicians, and others who call NYC’s cemeteries home

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10 secret subway tunnels in New York City

Just like the rest of New York City, our 112 year-old subway system consists of many layers, each of which provides a glimpse into a sliver of the city’s history. Here's a sampling of the city’s most intriguing abandoned tunnels and stations.

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8 notable NYC projects designed by Latino architects

From modernist buildings to new residential skyscrapers.

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New York City's spookiest, most haunted places

In its more than 400-year history, New York City has seen its fair share of ghosts, goblins, and other creepy-crawlies—and no corner of the city is safe from paranormal activity. Read on for 25 of the most haunted spots in the city.

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Mapping the development boom transforming Crown Heights

The Brooklyn neighborhood is home to boutique condos, new rentals, and—soon—landscape-changing megaprojects

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Where to see fall foliage in NYC

10 of the best spots for leaf-peeping in the five boroughs

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The best urban farms in NYC

From Bushwick to the Bronx, these 17 urban farms provide fresh food and green space for their communities

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14 perfect New York City strolls for any season

Here are more than a dozen walks where you can soak in the sunshine and see the city in a new way.

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11 NYC college campuses with outstanding architecture

Where academia and architecture meet in New York City

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NYC’s 10 coolest outdoor pools to check out this summer

There’s at least one in every borough

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The best places to stay on a road trip from NYC

These charming, design-forward hotels are all within driving distance of New York City, and will sate that get-out-of-town urge.

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The best beaches in New York City

Pack a picnic and your swimsuit and hit one of New York City's public beaches this summer.

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New York City's most iconic buildings, mapped

From the Empire State Building to the Statue of Liberty, these buildings are the heart and soul of this city.

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Beat the heat at these free and air conditioned NYC sites

When the mercury rises, the best solution is some good ol' fashioned, ice cold air conditioning. These NYC spots offer that in droves—and best of all, they’re free.