Filmmaker Joseph DiGiovanna captured a timelapse video of the city going dark, and the lights coming back on
See the Lower East Side in all its vintage, pre-gentrification glory
Dating back to the park’s inception in the mid 1800s, these famous structures have unique histories few may know about
The Sims Municipal Recycling Facility in Sunset Park sorts 22,000 tons of recyclables each month.
If you’re a transit lover, you won’t want to miss this.
325 Kent Avenue is the first of several new developments at this historic Brooklyn site.
The floor-to-ceiling windows create stunning views of the city’s skyline that serve as the perfect backdrop for any installation.
This vintage train runs year round and is themed for each new season
The compelling graveyard is the final resting home for names like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Leonard Bernstein.
The modernist architect had a hand in Lincoln Center, the United Nations, and other New York landmarks.
The New York Times is offering a 360 degree video tour of the building slated for an office conversion.
Say goodbye to the old, maligned steel truss bridge—it was taken down today in an "energetic felling."
In a race for the ages, two Curbed staffers pit a bike commute versus the subway. Which form of transportation reigns supreme? Watch on.
An interactive video lets viewers decide where they want to look in the penthouse.
Check out this video for home renovation tips and tricks from a new New York homeowner.
The poignant 9/11 memorial, initially intended as a temporary installation, has become an enduring tribute.
Including a butt hanging out of the Astor Place Cube
Well, no—it’s just a parody. But what if?
Collective Retreats opened a glamping site on a working organic farm in upstate New York.
A new short doc looks at the years-long journey in trying to make this dream a reality.
Get a peek inside the Pritzker Prize-winning architect’s second condo project in New York City.
A final farewell to everyone’s least favorite bridge.
In this year’s installment of Curbed’s Renovation Diary series, a first-time home buyer goes from demolition to dream home in Queens.
Get a peek inside Brooklyn Grange’s rooftop farm at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, which is the largest farm of its kind in NYC.
Trash causes delays, but how do you get rid of the trash? By using huge mobile vacuums, if you’re the MTA.
Get a peek inside the stunning Art Deco building, which has since had its top floors converted into posh condos.
A Swedish firm captured everyday life in 1911 New York City, including then-new landmarks like the Manhattan Bridge and the Flatiron Building.
With just a two-degree Celsius increase in global temperature, New York City could be under water
The city’s nicest public restroom just got a major upgrade—take a look inside with this (totally not creepy) video tour.
See 20 pieces by the famed glass sculptor in the Bronx, where an exhibit devoted to his work is currently on view.
How are New York’s foaliest doing in their new home?
The development’s sprawling outdoor space will be 60% of the size of Gramercy Park.
This video captures the bulk of the construction which took place from March 2014 to December 2016.
A previous Subway Challenge participant raced the 2 train—and took video to document the whole thing.
The CNN anchor’s historic home was used in an H&M campaign starring Kevin Hart and David Beckham.
The architect’s only private residential commission in NYC is this simple house on 52nd Street, and it remains virtually unchanged from when it was first completed in 1950.