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From 2012 to 2019, cameras documented each stage of Hudson Yards, the largest private real estate development in U.S. history.
Faced with New York City's stringent commercial recycling laws as part of its “Zero Waste Design Guidelines,” Jersey Lynne Farms composts its solid food waste into drain-safe wastewater on site.
The Museum of Illusions opened in New York City this week, treating visitors to a bounty of mind-bending illusions.
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors founded this competition for young people around the world to create solutions to urban challenges including rapid urbanization, climate change, and resource scarcity.
Rubber floor covering systems manufactured by nora flooring is exclusively used in all NYC subway cars. The city's Metropolitan Transit Authority has relied on this flooring for subway cars and more for over 25 years.
The 65-story building will feature a continuous green pathway wrapped around its façade, providing occupants access to landscaped, outdoor spaces.
Forty-two Schindler elevators and five Schindler escalators will move workers and visitors at One Vanderbilt, the 58-story, 1.7 million square-foot commercial office tower being built next to Grand Central Terminal.
At Grand Central Terminal in New York City, new high efficiency hand dryers in the restrooms simplified operations for facility management.
The holiday season is just around the corner, and that means company parties. Find out which cities have the best—and worst—office celebrations.
Your chance to show what you could do if you were out on that football field will finally arrive, thanks to NFL Experience Times Square.
Structure Tone’s new office in Manhattan achieves WELL Certification at the Silver Level; marks first WELL Certified Project in New York.
Over 200 stainless bollards installed to secure New York City's Times Square, one of the most popular pedestrian areas on the planet.
The oysters are being installed in New York City’s Jamaica Bay to help improve water quality, protect wetlands, and provide a home for fellow sea dwellers.
Urban Green Council to lead building resiliency task force in NYC; blue ribbon panel to make in-depth recommendations on building preparedness.
The city's Department of Buildings inspectors can now take a virtual tour of how a new building or major renovation will be constructed.
Every year, architects and engineers compete to see which team can build the most spectacular structure using little more than cans of food. After the competition is over, the cans are donated to a charitable food bank.