The open-plan living area also includes an oversize kitchen island.
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.
Ice skating season is here.
Where to find festive displays in all five boroughs.
The MTA wants to build a new bus rapid transit line through a forgotten stretch of the Staten Island coastline
The city has chosen a U.K.-based provider to lead the bike share program in the borough next year.
The 2019 TCS NYC Marathon is coming! Here are all the details on its route, street closures, subway changes, and more.
See some of the infrastructure improvements and resiliency efforts put in place to protect NYC against future storms.
Flood insurance coverage has dropped in all boroughs except for Manhattan in the wake of the superstorm.
Entire stretches of New York City are giving rise to new and recreated neighborhoods, from the World Trade Center to Willets Point.
A city pilot program has revitalized Saw Mill Creek’s degraded marshland.
A new report found that empty and vacant storefronts rose by almost 50 percent across the five boroughs.
Soon, more than half of the Graniteville Swamp may be bulldozed to make way for a 28-acre development
The outlet mall, from developer Donald Capoccia’s firm BFC Partners, has been in the works for about seven years
From the Empire State Building to the Statue of Liberty, these buildings are the heart and soul of this city.
The company is reportedly checking out an industrial site in Maspeth that’s currently being cleared for new development.
The renovated home has a large front porch
The outage comes on the heels of Manhattan’s wide-spread Saturday blackout
The pilot program would explore how to ease commutes in the notoriously hard-to-navigate borough.
Five apartments, five NYC neighborhoods
The vote caps a years-long process to rezone State Island’s north shore
Neighborhoods in northern Brooklyn and western Queens dominated the top ten of listings near construction.
More reasons to celebrate during Pride Month
The new buses will be used on local and Select Bus Service routes operating out of the Yukon Bus Depot
The plan includes $92M for the long-awaited Lyons Pool complex
There may be interest in bringing the New York Wheel back
After seven years of planning, New York City’s first outlet mall opened on Staten Island’s north shore
The Landmarks Preservation Commission has moved to calendar six sites that are pivotal to the city’s LGBTQ history.
"May the 4th be with Wu," a wall in the new district reads
New York City’s latest efforts to fight climate change underscore the reality that the city is facing a very tenuous future
The Staten Island BP calls the rezoning a "boondoggle" while activists say it is "irresponsible"
More than 61,000 riders have used dockless bikes on Staten Island since last summer
The city’s first outlet mall will open on May 15
The city is now soliciting feedback on five proposed designs of the forthcoming monument to the trailblazing legislator.
The seawall will be carried out by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and New York state
The neighborhoods vary by gender, but are often adjacent.
The vehicles can ‘stop the plague of no-show buses’ that vexes Staten Islanders daily.
See what’s for sale in neighborhoods like Park Slope, the Upper East Side, and Williamsburg
Nightlife wages are growing twice as fast as overall city wages.