Urban Exploration NYC
The city has more than 20,000 acres of forests, wetlands, and grasslands
The dilapidated, graffiti-covered building will get a second life
The cozy penthouse cabin is on the rental market for $4,200.
Photographer Viktor Thomas snagged some truly ridiculous shots from the under-construction tower.
Past favorites of this now 14-year-long tradition are also returning including City Hall, Brooklyn Army Terminal and New York State Pavilion. A full list of sites will become available on OHNY’s website on October 5.
The remnants uncovered under Times Square’s Toys ‘R’ Us belong to Hammerstein’s Olympia Theatre. The theatre opened in 1895 and was heralded at the time as "one of the most colossal places of amusement in the world."
Now home to a bird sanctuary, the island is still populated by several hospital buildings that are in different stages of ruin. A Disneyland-style park was imagined for this island a couple of years ago, but that proposal hasn’t moved forward since.
The swings will be installed in the Waterfront Plaza tomorrow, and will be available to use free of cost until July 7 this year. And if you're thinking jarring, unsynchronized sounds, think again.
Artist Phil America has taken to New York City's abandoned subway tunnels to stage his most recent installation, The Perilous Fight. The installation condemns gun violence in America in a "gallery space for no one."
Part of the University of Southern California's Moving Image Research Collections, these videos offer up scenes both mundane and extraordinary - from a walk through downtown Manhattan looking at storefront to views atop the Chanin Building.
The mayor hopes the number of tourists to increase to 67 million by 2021
Photographer Jeffrey Martin spent two days atop the Empire State building to capture this over 20 Gigapixel shot.