This upscale Lower Manhattan mall is home to retailers like Ermenegildo Zegna, Gucci, Tory Burch and Salvatore Ferragamo, plus a food court and Parisian-style marketplace.
This newly renovated Beaux-Arts building—on an island that welcomed millions of new Americans from the 1890s through the 1950s—hosts an exhibition about American immigration.
This glass-canopied transit hub—NYC’s first new subway station since 1989—extends the 7 train to Manhattan’s far west side, making destinations like the High Line easier to reach.
This avant-garde performing arts venue in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood houses a theater, community space and public garden within the walls of a Civil War–era landmark.
This museum’s new building, designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano, has already become a defining element of Manhattan’s west side. Its outdoor sculpture galleries and terraces have great views.
This station’s main concourse, called the Oculus, gets lots of light. Architect Santiago Calatrava designed it to evoke a bird being released into the air—a post-9/11 message of optimism.
The Hills is a new topographic installation on Governors Island. Each summit offers incredible views of Lower Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty.