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Williamsburgh Savings Bank

A familiar sight in the Brooklyn skyline, the Williamsburgh Savings Bank (now known as One Hanson Place) was the tallest building in Brooklyn until the construction of The Brooklyner in ...

Carl Schurz Park

Named for a Civil War general and newspaper editor, Carl Schurz Park is one of New York City's loveliest public green spaces.

Grand Army Plaza

Central Park's Grand Army Plaza is one of two in New York City with the same name. The other - more famous, but less touristy - is near Brooklyn's Prospect Park.

Union Square

Union Square was created in the early 19th century at the convergence of what is now Broadway and Fourth Avenue. The square is a popular place for political rallies and public protests. It is also known for ...

Soho Garment District

New York is full of exciting and quirky neighborhoods, and SoHo certainly fits both of those descriptions. A true example of urban gentrification, SoHo delights visitors with excellent restaurants, fun shops, ...

Staten Island Ferry

Want to see the New York Harbor up close? The Staten Island Ferry serves commuters traveling between Staten Island and Lower Manhattan, but visitors looking to see New York City's working waterfront (& the ...

Riverside Park

Located on the Upper West Side, this narrow strip of parkland makes you think you've left the city. Extending for four miles (6 km) from 72nd to 158th Street along the Hudson River, Riverside Park is truly one ...

Prospect Park

This beautiful 585-acre (237 ha) large park is an oasis in the middle of bustling Brooklyn. Designed by famed landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, the designers of Central Park in ...

Trinity Church

The current Trinity Church is the third building to stand at that location. It was designed by American Institute of Architects co-founder William Upjohn and was consecrated on Ascension Day in 1846. Upjohn ...

Roosevelt Island

Roosevelt Island was once known for its prisons and asylums, but it is now regarded as a fashionable place to live, situated in the middle of the East River, right between Manhattan and ...
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