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A Tinker Toy structure spanning New York's two chief hipster havens, the Lower East Side and Williamsburg,...

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Williamsburg Bridge
September 29, 2009

The Carroll Street Bridge is one of the most unique bridges in New York, if not the entire United States....

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Carroll Street Bridge
September 29, 2009

This is where New York comes to read. A literary cathedral erected on the site of New York's first open...

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New York Public Library
September 29, 2009

Located in the historic Hamilton Heights neighborhood of upper Manhattan, this large Palladian mansion...

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Morris-Jumel Mansion
September 29, 2009

A picture of municipal grandeur in the heart of the corporate masonry of the Financial District, City...

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City Hall
September 29, 2009

A poor man's booze cruise, this vessel has been ferrying Staten Island nine-to-fivers and dawdling Manhattanites...

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Staten Island Ferry
September 29, 2009

A slice of old, maritime New York served up on a dish of high suburban kitsch, this converted East River...

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South Street Seaport
September 30, 2009

A proper purgatory for criminals (and those falsely accused) of all stripes, small Riker's Island sits...

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Riker's Island
September 30, 2009

The New York County Supreme Court is probably the most impressive edifice on Foley Square, the closest...

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New York County Supreme Court
September 30, 2009

Built in the early part of the 20th century, the Grand Lodge is a testament to the philosophy and status...

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Grand Lodge of the Free and Accepted Masons
September 30, 2009

With more gold bullion than Fort Knox - 5,000 tons to be exact - the Federal Reserve Bank of New York...

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Federal Reserve Bank of New York
September 30, 2009

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

Silvercup Studios, founded by Alan and Stuart Suna, opened in 1983 in the space formerly occupied by...

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Silvercup Studios
September 30, 2009

A landmark location for the Big Apple's political figurehead, Gracie Mansion has served as the city's...

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Gracie Mansion
September 30, 2009