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NYC - Nakamura Nakamura, at 172 Delancey Street, was opened in 2016 by Chef Shigetoshi "Jack" Nakamura. Chef Naka, hailed as one of four "Ramen Gods" opened Nakmura-Ya in Japan when he was only 22 before partnering with Sun Noodle to serve ramen flights at their Ramen Lab in the U.S.
NYC - Nakamura Nakamura, at 172 Delancey Street, was opened in 2016 by Chef Shigetoshi "Jack" Nakamura. Chef Naka, hailed as one of four "Ramen Gods" opened Nakmura-Ya in Japan when he was only 22 before partnering with Sun Noodle to serve ramen flights at their Ramen Lab in the U.S.
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NYC - Little Italy: Statue of Liberty by Tristan Eaton This collage of the State of Liberty, on Mulberry street, was painted by Tristan Eaton, in conjunction with the L.I.S.A. Project in 2013.
NYC - Little Italy: Streetart
NYC - Chinatown: Spicy Village - Big Plate Chikcen Dapanji (大盘鸡), literally "big plate chicken", originated in Xinjiang, the mostly Muslim province on the northeast end of Chia. Popularized in the mid-to-late 1990's, it was said to have been invented in Shawan by a migrant from Sichuan who mixed hot chili peppers with chicken and potatoes. It was later served along truck routes and highways as a quick filling meal. At Spicy Village, the stew-like mixture is served over Henanese hand-pulled noodles. Spicy Village was opened by Wendy Lian and her husband Ran Fu Li in 2010 under the name He Nan Flavor. Serving cheap eats from a Henanese menu in an unassuming environment, the restaurant struggled at first until catching on with critics--especially for their big plate chicken--including a feature in the New York Times and a spot on the Eater 38.
NYC - Chinatown: Spicy Village Spicy Village was opened by Wendy Lian and her husband Ran Fu Li in 2010 under the name He Nan Flavor. Serving cheap eats from a Henanese menu in an unassuming environment, the restaurant struggled at first until catching on with critics--especially for their big plate chicken--including a feature in the New York Times and a spot on the Eater 38.
NYC - Chinatown: Diedeldaantjer by Michael Velt, Bet and Loomit This mural, entitled Diedeldaantjer (Diesel Danger) was painted by Michael Velt, Bert and Loomit for East Village Walls in 2018.
NYC - Chinatown: Buff Monster
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NYC - Subway - Boyoun Kim
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NYC - FiDi: Les Halles - Anthony Bourdain Memorial In the days following the news of Anthony Bourdain's death, fans paid tribute to him outside of both outposts of his now-closed former place of employment, Brasserie Les Halles. Brasserie Les Halles, at 15 John Street, was a French-brasserie style restaurant opened in 1990 by Philippe Lajaunie. Anthony Bourdain, a celebrity chef, author, travel documentarians and television personality spent many years as executive chef at Les Halles, which had two Manhattan locations as well as locations in Miami, Washington D.C., and Tokyo. Bourdain was found dead at the age of 61 on June 8, 2018 of an apparent suicide in his hotel room in Kayserberg, France.
NYC - FiDi: Les Halles - Anthony Bourdain Memorial In the days following the news of Anthony Bourdain's death, fans paid tribute to him outside of both outposts of his now-closed former place of employment, Brasserie Les Halles. Brasserie Les Halles, at 15 John Street, was a French-brasserie style restaurant opened in 1990 by Philippe Lajaunie. Anthony Bourdain, a celebrity chef, author, travel documentarians and television personality spent many years as executive chef at Les Halles, which had two Manhattan locations as well as locations in Miami, Washington D.C., and Tokyo. Bourdain was found dead at the age of 61 on June 8, 2018 of an apparent suicide in his hotel room in Kayserberg, France.
NYC - FiDi: Two World Trade Center Mural Project - Ian Ferguson Ian Ferguson (Hydeon) painted this mural as part of the Two World Trade Center Mural Project in 2018. The Two World Trade Center Mural Project, backed by Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, brought well known street artists to decorate the large sheds surrounding the empty lot that will become Two World Trade Center--across from the Oculus, surrounded by Greenwich, Vesey and Church Streets.
NYC - FiDi: Two World Trade Center Mural Project - Lynne Yun Lynne Yun painted this mural as part of the Two World Trade Center Mural Project in 2018. The Two World Trade Center Mural Project, backed by Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, brought well known street artists to decorate the large sheds surrounding the empty lot that will become Two World Trade Center--across from the Oculus, surrounded by Greenwich, Vesey and Church Streets.
NYC - FiDi: Two World Trade Center Mural Project - Lynne Yun Lynne Yun painted this mural as part of the Two World Trade Center Mural Project in 2018. The Two World Trade Center Mural Project, backed by Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, brought well known street artists to decorate the large sheds surrounding the empty lot that will become Two World Trade Center--across from the Oculus, surrounded by Greenwich, Vesey and Church Streets. One World Trade Center, formerly known as the Freedom Tower, is the main building of the 16-acre rebuilt World Trade Center complex. Designed in the contemporary modern style by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), construction started in 2006, was topped off in 2012, and the building opened in 2014. The supertall structure, which has the same name as the North Tower of the original World Trade Center and sits on the site of the original 6 World Trade Center--both of which were destroyed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001--was, at its completion, the tallest in North America and the sixth tallest in the world, reaching a height of 1,776 feet, including its spire. 7 World Trade Center officially open;;designer/artist James Carpenter, is 750 feet tall, and contains 1,700,000 square feet of leasable office space starting from the 11th floor. The first ten floors are devoted to an electrical substation which powers most of Lower Manhattan. They used ultra-clear, low-iron glass to provide reflectivity and light, with stainless-steel spandrels behind the glass that also help reflect sunlight.
NYC - FiDi: Two World Trade Center Mural Project - Lynne Yun Lynne Yun painted this mural as part of the Two World Trade Center Mural Project in 2018. The Two World Trade Center Mural Project, backed by Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, brought well known street artists to decorate the large sheds surrounding the empty lot that will become Two World Trade Center--across from the Oculus, surrounded by Greenwich, Vesey and Church Streets. One World Trade Center, formerly known as the Freedom Tower, is the main building of the 16-acre rebuilt World Trade Center complex. Designed in the contemporary modern style by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), construction started in 2006, was topped off in 2012, and the building opened in 2014. The supertall structure, which has the same name as the North Tower of the original World Trade Center and sits on the site of the original 6 World Trade Center--both of which were destroyed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001--was, at its completion, the tallest in North America and the sixth tallest in the world, reaching a height of 1,776 feet, including its spire. 7 World Trade Center officially open;;designer/artist James Carpenter, is 750 feet tall, and contains 1,700,000 square feet of leasable office space starting from the 11th floor. The first ten floors are devoted to an electrical substation which powers most of Lower Manhattan. They used ultra-clear, low-iron glass to provide reflectivity and light, with stainless-steel spandrels behind the glass that also help reflect sunlight.
NYC - FiDi: Two World Trade Center Mural Project - Stickymonger Stickymonger painted this mural as part of the Two World Trade Center Mural Project in 2018. The Two World Trade Center Mural Project, backed by Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, brought well known street artists to decorate the large sheds surrounding the empty lot that will become Two World Trade Center--across from the Oculus, surrounded by Greenwich, Vesey and Church Streets. One World Trade Center, formerly known as the Freedom Tower, is the main building of the 16-acre rebuilt World Trade Center complex. Designed in the contemporary modern style by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), construction started in 2006, was topped off in 2012, and the building opened in 2014. The supertall structure, which has the same name as the North Tower of the original World Trade Center and sits on the site of the original 6 World Trade Center--both of which were destroyed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001--was, at its completion, the tallest in North America and the sixth tallest in the world, reaching a height of 1,776 feet, including its spire. 7 World Trade Center officially opened on May 23, 2006 after the original was destroyed on September 11, 2001. It was the first building to be rebuilt with a World Trade Center address and was not included in the original World Trade Center master plan by Daniel Libeskind. The 52-story building, designed by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill in conjunction with glass designer/artist James Carpenter, is 750 feet tall, and contains 1,700,000 square feet of leasable office space starting from the 11th floor. The first ten floors are devoted to an electrical substation which powers most of Lower Manhattan. They used ultra-clear, low-iron glass to provide reflectivity and light, with stainless-steel spandrels behind the glass that also help reflect sunlight.
NYC - FiDi: Two World Trade Center Mural Project - Stickymonger Stickymonger painted this mural as part of the Two World Trade Center Mural Project in 2018. The Two World Trade Center Mural Project, backed by Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, brought well known street artists to decorate the large sheds surrounding the empty lot that will become Two World Trade Center--across from the Oculus, surrounded by Greenwich, Vesey and Church Streets.
NYC - FiDi: Two World Trade Center Mural Project - Stickymonger Stickymonger painted this mural as part of the Two World Trade Center Mural Project in 2018. The Two World Trade Center Mural Project, backed by Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, brought well known street artists to decorate the large sheds surrounding the empty lot that will become Two World Trade Center--across from the Oculus, surrounded by Greenwich, Vesey and Church Streets.
NYC - FiDi: Two World Trade Center Mural Project - Todd Gray Los Angeles based artist Todd Gray painted this mural as part of the Two World Trade Center Mural Project in 2018. The Two World Trade Center Mural Project, backed by Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, brought well known street artists to decorate the large sheds surrounding the empty lot that will become Two World Trade Center--across from the Oculus, surrounded by Greenwich, Vesey and Church Streets.
NYC - FiDi: Two World Trade Center Mural Project - BoogieRez BoogieRez, Riisa Boogie and Rezones, painted this mural as part of the Two World Trade Center Mural Project in 2018. The Two World Trade Center Mural Project, backed by Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, brought well known street artists to decorate the large sheds surrounding the empty lot that will become Two World Trade Center--across from the Oculus, surrounded by Greenwich, Vesey and Church Streets.
NYC - FiDi: Two World Trade Center Mural Project - BoogieRez BoogieRez, Riisa Boogie and Rezones painted this mural as part of the Two World Trade Center Mural Project in 2018. The Two World Trade Center Mural Project, backed by Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, brought well known street artists to decorate the large sheds surrounding the empty lot that will become Two World Trade Center--across from the Oculus, surrounded by Greenwich, Vesey and Church Streets.
NYC - FiDi: Two World Trade Center Mural Project - Hektad Hektad painted this mural of as part of the Two World Trade Center Mural Project in 2018. The Two World Trade Center Mural Project, backed by Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, brought well known street artists to decorate the large sheds surrounding the empty lot that will become Two World Trade Center--across from the Oculus, surrounded by Greenwich, Vesey and Church Streets. Hektad is a New York City graffiti pioneer who got his start alongside veteran bombers a a 12 year old in the Bronx in 1982. After taking some time off, he returned in 2013 with a theme built around "Love Drunk" hearts.
NYC - FiDi: Two World Trade Center Mural Project - Ben Agnotti Ben Agnotti painted this mural of model Emoni Baraka as part of the Two World Trade Center Mural Project in 2018. The Two World Trade Center Mural Project, backed by Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, brought well known street artists to decorate the large sheds surrounding the empty lot that will become Two World Trade Center--across from the Oculus, surrounded by Greenwich, Vesey and Church Streets.
NYC - FiDi: Two World Trade Center Mural Project - Ben Agnotti Ben Agnotti painted this mural of model Emoni Baraka as part of the Two World Trade Center Mural Project in 2018. The Two World Trade Center Mural Project, backed by Silverstein Properties and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, brought well known street artists to decorate the large sheds surrounding the empty lot that will become Two World Trade Center--across from the Oculus, surrounded by Greenwich, Vesey and Church Streets.
NYC Skyline from Roof Top at Exchange Place The Rooftop at Exchange Place, a multi-level indoor and outdoor space opened atop the Hyatt House Jersey City in 2018.
NYC: The Oculus The World Trade Center Transportation Hub was designed by Santiago Calatrava with construction starting in 2008 and scheduled to complete in December 2015. The transit and retail complex houses the terminal station on the Newark-World Trade Center and Hoboken-World Trade Center PATH train lines and will connect to the New York City Subway system, facilitating an east-west passageway connecting Fulton Center to the Battery Park City Ferry Terminal. The Hub replaces the original station which was first opened in 1909 as the Hudson Terminal, was later torn down and rebuild as the original World Trade Center station, which opened in 1971, and ultimately rebuilt in 2003 after being destroyed in the attacks of September 11, 2001.
NYC: The Oculus The World Trade Center Transportation Hub was designed by Santiago Calatrava with construction starting in 2008 and scheduled to complete in December 2015. The transit and retail complex houses the terminal station on the Newark-World Trade Center and Hoboken-World Trade Center PATH train lines and will connect to the New York City Subway system, facilitating an east-west passageway connecting Fulton Center to the Battery Park City Ferry Terminal. The Hub replaces the original station which was first opened in 1909 as the Hudson Terminal, was later torn down and rebuild as the original World Trade Center station, which opened in 1971, and ultimately rebuilt in 2003 after being destroyed in the attacks of September 11, 2001.
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NYC - Battery Park: Castle Clinton National Monument - Battery Wall During the South Ferry excavation in the Battery, four sections of a colonial era wall were identified by archaeologists, with each of the four sections exhibiting unique features. They are all likely part of the same wall, constructed between 1730 and 1766. Differences among the sections may be due to successive periods of construction, which would account for the various building materials and construction techniques used. The portion of the wall displayed in Castle Clinton National Monument, unearthed on November 2005, is from section 1, which along with section 2, was built directly on bedroom and made of mortared sandstone. Sections 3 and 4 were dry-laid shift, with section 3 built upon a cobble foundation and section 4 on a sand foundation.
NYC - Battery Park: Castle Clinton National Monument - Cannon Manning Castle Clinton National Monument's 28 guns Order of September 18, 1814 -- "The force employed will be 2 gunners and 8 matrosses (artillerists) to each gun. To every section of chamber of 2 guns a non commissioned officer."
NYC - Battery Park: SeaGlass Carousel The SeaGlass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel in Battery Park, opened to the public in 2015. The $16 million aquatic carousel, the work of work of New York architectural firm wxy architecture and the George Tsypin Opera Factory, conjures the Battery's history as the first home of the New York Aquarium, which was located in what is now Castle Clinton from 1896 to 1941. The synth-heavy versions of classical music for the three-and-a-half minute ride were composed by Teddy Zambetti, the director of music production at SiriusXM. The carousel is housed inside a 2,575 square foot pavilion. Riders sit inside one of thirty glowing fish, representing a dozen species, which lack the center pole of a traditional carousel. The space inside each fish features three speakers and a subwoofer. The fish sit atop three rotating platforms, which in turn sit on a fourth, larger one all operated by electric motors housed below the floor. Eighteen of the fish move up and down, in addition to around, using hydraulics.
NYC - Battery Park: SeaGlass Carousel The SeaGlass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel in Battery Park, opened to the public in 2015. The $16 million aquatic carousel, the work of work of New York architectural firm wxy architecture and the George Tsypin Opera Factory, conjures the Battery's history as the first home of the New York Aquarium, which was located in what is now Castle Clinton from 1896 to 1941. The synth-heavy versions of classical music for the three-and-a-half minute ride were composed by Teddy Zambetti, the director of music production at SiriusXM. The carousel is housed inside a 2,575 square foot pavilion. Riders sit inside one of thirty glowing fish, representing a dozen species, which lack the center pole of a traditional carousel. The space inside each fish features three speakers and a subwoofer. The fish sit atop three rotating platforms, which in turn sit on a fourth, larger one all operated by electric motors housed below the floor. Eighteen of the fish move up and down, in addition to around, using hydraulics.
NYC - Battery Park: SeaGlass Carousel The SeaGlass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel in Battery Park, opened to the public in 2015. The $16 million aquatic carousel, the work of work of New York architectural firm wxy architecture and the George Tsypin Opera Factory, conjures the Battery's history as the first home of the New York Aquarium, which was located in what is now Castle Clinton from 1896 to 1941. The synth-heavy versions of classical music for the three-and-a-half minute ride were composed by Teddy Zambetti, the director of music production at SiriusXM. The carousel is housed inside a 2,575 square foot pavilion. Riders sit inside one of thirty glowing fish, representing a dozen species, which lack the center pole of a traditional carousel. The space inside each fish features three speakers and a subwoofer. The fish sit atop three rotating platforms, which in turn sit on a fourth, larger one all operated by electric motors housed below the floor. Eighteen of the fish move up and down, in addition to around, using hydraulics.
NYC - Battery Park: SeaGlass Carousel The SeaGlass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel in Battery Park, opened to the public in 2015. The $16 million aquatic carousel, the work of work of New York architectural firm wxy architecture and the George Tsypin Opera Factory, conjures the Battery's history as the first home of the New York Aquarium, which was located in what is now Castle Clinton from 1896 to 1941. The synth-heavy versions of classical music for the three-and-a-half minute ride were composed by Teddy Zambetti, the director of music production at SiriusXM. The carousel is housed inside a 2,575 square foot pavilion. Riders sit inside one of thirty glowing fish, representing a dozen species, which lack the center pole of a traditional carousel. The space inside each fish features three speakers and a subwoofer. The fish sit atop three rotating platforms, which in turn sit on a fourth, larger one all operated by electric motors housed below the floor. Eighteen of the fish move up and down, in addition to around, using hydraulics.
NYC - Battery Park: SeaGlass Carousel The SeaGlass Carousel, a fish-themed carousel in Battery Park, opened to the public in 2015. The $16 million aquatic carousel, the work of work of New York architectural firm wxy architecture and the George Tsypin Opera Factory, conjures the Battery's history as the first home of the New York Aquarium, which was located in what is now Castle Clinton from 1896 to 1941. The synth-heavy versions of classical music for the three-and-a-half minute ride were composed by Teddy Zambetti, the director of music production at SiriusXM. The carousel is housed inside a 2,575 square foot pavilion. Riders sit inside one of thirty glowing fish, representing a dozen species, which lack the center pole of a traditional carousel. The space inside each fish features three speakers and a subwoofer. The fish sit atop three rotating platforms, which in turn sit on a fourth, larger one all operated by electric motors housed below the floor. Eighteen of the fish move up and down, in addition to around, using hydraulics.
NYC - Battery Park: South Cove The South Cove, along the Battery Park City Esplanade, features walkways, seaside plantings, and views of the harbor with its famous blue lights. The place based artwork is the result of a collaboration between artist Mary Miss, landscape architect Susan Child and architect Stan Eckstut.

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