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10 iconic NYC institutions that shuttered in 2017

From art supply stores to theaters to restaurants, these businesses didn’t survive 2017.

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NYC’s 20 most expensive homes sold in 2017

The common thread among all of this year’s priciest home sales in NYC? Every single property is located in Manhattan.

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Where to find 14 of New York City's festive Christmas trees

This time of year, the city bristles with more giant evergreens than a forest in the taiga.

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15 of New York City’s most spectacular theaters

Come for the shows, stay for the stunning architecture and interiors.

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Mapping NYC’s creepy abandoned hospitals and asylums

From Creedmoor to the Ellis Island Immigrant Hospital, these abandoned structures are a real New York horror story.

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10 best NYC buildings to tour during Archtober

From 18th-century mansions to contemporary skyscrapers, these building tours are worth bookmarking.

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20 best NYC subway cameos in pop culture

From Saturday Night Fever to "Bad" to Broad City, these are some of the best subway moments in pop culture.

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Mapping 10 works by famous artists in the NYC subway

You don’t have to go to the city’s museum to see museum-quality work.

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12 NYC homes for sale along the G line in Brooklyn and Queens

These 12 apartments are found along the line from Long Island City to Kensington, and are all priced under $1 million.

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Mapping the NYC filming locations for HBO’s ’70s porn drama ‘The Deuce’

See where the series, about the sex trade in gritty 1970s New York, films in the five boroughs.

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Best things to do in NYC over Labor Day Weekend

From beach days to big parades, here’s how to spend the weekend—if you’re staying in town, that is

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15 hidden gems of Prospect Park

One of Brooklyn’s best parks celebrates its 150th birthday this year—to celebrate, explore some of its lesser-known corners.

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20 hidden gems of Central Park

From scenic trails to secret historical relics, here are more than a dozen hidden gems found throughout Central Park.

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The Upper East Side’s hundreds of incoming apartments, mapped

20+ developments poised to usher in the Upper East Side’s next generation of rentals and condos.

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Beyond Billionaires' Row: the real estate reshaping Manhattan's 57th Street

From Bjarke Ingels’s courtscraper to a so-called seven-star hotel.

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15 of NYC’s best public restrooms, mapped

Finding a decent public restroom in New York City is notoriously difficult, but there are some decent places to pee throughout the city.

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16 of the coolest hotel pools in NYC

Some of the city's finest swimming spots can be found at its myriad hotels, though many are open to guests only. But don't let that stop you—a dip in one of these swank pools is worth the hassle of finding a way in.

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Mapping New York’s biggest, most outrageous megamansions

More than a dozen of these enormous, pieced-together homes can be found throughout NYC.

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Mapping the many gas stations lost to NYC’s development boom

There are now only 50 gas stations open to the public in Manhattan.

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20 of NYC's shortest streets, mapped

The shortest street in the city measures just 63 feet, but there are dozens of miniature lanes and alleys hidden thorough out the city.

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NYC's best public art pieces to see this season

One thing you can count on in New York City is that you'll almost certainly run into a massive, engaging piece of public art at any given moment.

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11 NYC museum expansions to watch out for

See how 11 of New York City’s biggest cultural institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art, will change in the coming years.

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16 small towns near NYC you need to visit right now

Thanks to our fair city's location—close to New England, the Jersey Shore, Long Island's beaches, and the lovely towns along the Hudson River upstate—there's a bevy of charming towns you can visit the next time you need a break from NYC.

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NYC’s 13 most expensive rentals up for grabs, mapped

A slowdown in New York’s luxury real estate market hasn’t stopped some seriously pricey apartments form appearing on the market—these range in price from $75,000/month to a whopping $500,000/month.

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20 NYC subway stations with show-stopping tile art

New York’s subway system is full of wonderful art, but this is all about the intricate pieces that make those murals sing.

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Where to find affordable housing in NYC

Find information and details on how to apply for all of the affordable apartments currently available through New York City's lottery system.

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Staten Island’s most expensive homes for sale

Curiosity compelled us to see what’s at the upper echelon of Staten Island’s real estate, so here are the borough’s 10 priciest homes currently on the market.

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Staten Island's coolest architectural gems, mapped

From Art Deco apartments to a Frank Lloyd Wright original, these are the borough’s most fascinating buildings.

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26 places in NYC you must visit right now

Curbed's editors have chosen 26 sites—cultural institutions, parks, neighborhoods, even houses—that you must see right now. Some are the latest and greatest things to hit the scene, while others are always worth a look, no matter the season.

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The best rooftop bars—with views—at NYC hotels

Though it may not feel like it right now, spring is just around the corner—which also means that rooftop bar season is just around the corner. Take in the view of NYC from these rooftop bars, all atop some of the city's best hotels.

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25 most expensive homes for sale in NYC

Despite word that prices in the city may be leveling out, there's no indication of that in the uppermost echelon of real estate. 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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50+ new NYC developments hitting the market this spring

Spring is almost here, and that can only mean one thing: it's time to look at the many apartments—both rentals and condos—that will be hitting New York's real estate market in the next few months. Read on for all of the new apartment news.

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Brooklyn's 10 most expensive homes sold in 2016

These were the priciest properties that sold in Kings County last year

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NYC's 10 best-selling buildings of 2016, mapped

These developments—some high-profile, some low-key—saw the most closed sales last year

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20+ supertall skyscrapers reshaping NYC’s skyline

When it comes to new developments in New York City, the supertall tower is clearly king; there are 24 of these skyscrapers in the works or completed currently. Here's where you'll find 'em all.

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NYC museums with free admission on Inauguration Day

Many NYC museums have taken the extraordinary step of waiving admission fees on Friday, January 20, arguing that instead of closing to the public, they should serve as a reminder that art in America is diverse, tolerant, and available to all.

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Mapping the NYC institutions shuttered by rising rents in 2016

These 14 businesses closed thanks to the capricious NYC real estate market

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NYC's 10 biggest preservation battles of 2016

The war to save New York is one that will never end, but every year there are battles won—and battles lost. Take a look back at some of the biggest preservation battles of 2016, some of which have been resolved and some of which are just beginning.

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The hidden histories of 10 enduring NYC buildings

The one immutable truth about New York City is that it is always changing, but amid all this flux, some buildings endure—even if their original occupants have long since vanished. Here are 10 of the most fascinating.