We've all heard of the lengths to which NYC's homeless have gone to find shelter, from living in abandoned factories to building whole encampments inside subway tunnels. But a report from the New York Post goes one step further, describing how people are now making homes out of small nooks and crannies between the…
We're used to seeing modern landmarks in their completed glory, but we gain a new appreciation for those familiar monuments when we see them in progress, and remember all the labor that went into bringing them to life.
This Brooklyn apartment has everything you desire. Privacy, space and a breath-taking panoramic view that will knock your socks off.
All bridges move, but isn't the Manhattan Bridge—captured in this time lapse video—bouncing way too much? I'm not an engineer, but I'm glad I take the L line under the East River to get into Manhattan. [Gawker—Thanks OMGPonies]