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Built in 1969 and designed by the prolific New York architecture firm Emery Roth & Sons, this 29 story...

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59th Street/11th Ave
September 30, 2009

Did you know that there were in fact two other Trinity Churches than the one standing in the financial...

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Three Trinity Churches
November 20, 2009

Running from the National Arts Club to the opposite side of Gramercy Park lies a secret tunnel. But why...

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Tilden's Tunnel
November 20, 2009

The Temple of Dendur is one of the most impressive installations at the Met. But most people miss the...

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Egyptian Graffiti
December 4, 2009

No influential figure in New York City history receives less respect than Andrew Haswell Green. The so-called,...

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Andrew Haswell Green
December 4, 2009

When the Flatiron Building was first built, it effected the city in some...unexpected...ways.

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Flatiron You Perv
December 4, 2009

In the early 20th Century, celebrities weren't the likes of Paris Hilton. Instead, two of the most celebrated...

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Dueling Buildings
December 4, 2009

French daredevil Philippe Petit achieved the impossible as he performed his famous high wire act between...

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Tightrope in the Sky
December 4, 2009

The infamous villain in the Lindbergh baby kidnapping trial was once a carpenter who worked on the building....

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Lindbergh's Ransom
December 5, 2009

The first time I passed by the Mews, I was shocked by its European charm and felt back at home.

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A Stroll Along the Mews
December 5, 2009

The West Village is filled with erroneous plaques. Join us as we try to uncover some of them and also...

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Erroneous Plaques and Fun Facts
February 24, 2010

Join the Travelgoat team as we visit the great cultural mosaic that is the Lower East Side. Once the...

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Lucky Luciano and Pastrami: The Lower East Side
April 8, 2010

Wall Street has always been a major center of commerce and finance. Unfortunately for our history, stocks...

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The Sinister Side of Wall Street
April 8, 2010

Travel through Chelsea, The Meatpacking District, and The West Village on New York's first and only...

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View From The Highline
May 6, 2010