Soho

Soho Painting Empire

Soho is surrounded by galleries and energy of the arts permeating the beautiful streets of New York City.  Soho stands for South of Houston.  It’s also known as the Cast Iron District because originally the area was built for warehouses and manufacturing facilities.  It hovers over 26 blocks with these cast iron facades.  Some of the finest shops in the city can be found... Read More

FAO Schwarz celebrates 150 Anniversary

Fao Fox Feature

FAO Schwarz celebrates 150th Anniversary by displaying historic toys all around the store. Visit FAO and look back in time at some of your favorite vintage toys – “A Gallery of Historic Toys” will be showcasing 25 vintage versions of toys until April 10.  Bring your kids to the store and show them some of your favorite vintage toys you cherished when you were... Read More

West Village

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The West Village is a special place in New York City.  New Yorkers speak of the hustle and bustle of the city a lot and how they would like to get away now and then; the West Village is one of those places that accomplishes just that.  When you think of the West Village, people immediately think of the word neighborhood.  There are so many areas in the city that give people a... Read More

Union Square

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Union Square is New York City’s most lively square and situated perfectly in the city.  Just north of the Village and New York University and south of Park Avenue area.  Diversified groups of people participate with the Square everyday, from Artists to students, political activist to protestors; there’s even a farmers market which is open on Wednesday, Friday, and... Read More

West Village

Mojo Coffee Shops

During the Holidays the West Village is a perfect setting for a winter stroll, with its treelined streets and charming feel.  There are adorable cafes, jazz clubs, neighborhood bars, endless variety of restaurants.  Hudson and Bleecker Streets are the main attractions in this quaint area, its aligned with charming cafes, art exhibits and speciality shops.  The residents also... Read More

Saks 3D Light Show the Snowflake and the Bubble

Saks 5th Avenue

Saks Fifth Avenue presents the light show spectacle “The Snowflake and the Bubble” and Holiday Window Displays.  The light show plays every 15 minutes from 5pm to 10pm running from now until January 6th 2012.  The light show is using state-of-the-art video technology to animate the entire Saks building on Fifth Avenue.  Fiat is Sponsoring this year Holiday Window... Read More

New Apple Store at Grand Central

Apple Store

Apple is opening their biggest store in NYC yet at Grand Central.  Apple has four other locations that cater to the residents of Manhattan. This 23000 square foot store will serve to the several hundred thousand commuters coming in and out of the terminal everyday.  The technology giant signed a 10 year lease with the MTA and forked up 5 million dollars to ask Charlie Palmers... Read More

Grand Central Station

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Grand Central Station is located on 42nd street between Lexington and Park Avenue. Grand Central is the hub for metro-north commuter lines of Westchester County and neighboring connecticut.  Approximately 130,000 commuters travel through Grand Central everyday.  People, whether they are commuting or not, each day, come to the station to enjoy the restaurants, bars,  and shops... Read More