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40 Bleecker -- NoHo's newest and most anticipated luxury residential development -- has just reached its full height, this making it in its neighborhood...
February 25, 2019 (New York, NY) — ODA New York is proud to unveil their first publication, Unboxing New York, published by Actar. Unboxing...
Post, An Icon, Reopens January 30, 2019 (New York, NY) — ODA New York has been tapped to redesign of the historic post office in...
Times Square celebrated the completion of its six-year transformation from a congested thoroughfare into a European-style piazza.
New film tells story of Jane Jacobs’s battles against the wealthiest developers in the city
"The wind tunnel effect in New York City is basically a situation where air is being converged into a very small space and that leads to stronger winds"
On a quiet block in the East 50s in Manhattan, set between a music school and a prewar apartment building, sits a discreet, Modernist marvel...
The Port Authority Board of Commissioners approved a $32.2 billion, 10-year capital plan–the agency’s largest ever.
Architects are a stubborn bunch when it comes to letting go of their dreams. “It takes about 15 years until they admit that a project is ‘Never Built’
On the eve of Donald Trump’s inauguration, a new exhibition traces the roots of the city’s energy
“If you took the whole world and collapsed it into one little ball, you’d find it here, in this city.” Daniel Libeskind gives tribute to his city ...
Moving to a new place can be quite stressful, and it becomes even more challenging when you have a lot of stuff to relocate from one place to another.
Architecture has always begun with drawing. Music, as we know, begins with a score. In this manner, both architecture and music have completed a work.
The project, which will infuse its namesake neighborhood with 1,000,000 square feet of apartment units, 20% of which will be affordable, is significant
New York has always stood above the rest. Now it’s reaching even higher — with economic, architectural and social consequences that will once again redefine the most famous skyline in the world
The New York Times Magazine debuted its special New York issue with this year's theme of "New York at 800 Feet and Above," featuring incredible photographs from some of the tallest buildings in the city
Decades before New York installed bike lanes and pedestrian streets, Sam Schwartz – the man who coined the term ‘gridlock’ – was at the centre of a bitter fight to create a car-free Red Zone in downtown Manhattan
Two cities, one designer and one strategy – to build a privately funded park above a river