Museum of Arts & Design
MAD offers four floors of superlative design and handicrafts, from blown glass and carved wood to elaborate metal jewelry. Its temporary...
Bike & Roll
At the southwestern entrance to the park, a small pop-up kiosk dispenses beach cruisers and 10-speed bicycles for rides around Central...
Bike and Roll
This bike hire outfit has some 10 locations around town, including this one at the southwest corner of Central Park.
Perched on the 9th floor of the Museum of Arts & Design , '60s-inspired Robert is technically a high-end, Modern American...
Inside the Time Warner mall, fine-dining A Voce combines sweeping views of Central Park with high-end interpretations of Italian...
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Hearst Tower information
This 46-floor tower is one of NYC's most creative works of contemporary architecture, not to mention one of its greenest; around 90% of its structural steel is from recycled sources. Designed by Foster & Partners', its diagonal grid of trusses evokes a jagged glass-and-steel honeycomb. The tower rises above the hollowed-out core of John Urban's 1928 cast-stone Hearst Magazine Building and the lobby is home to Richard Long's Riverlines , a 70ft mural made using mud from New York's Hudson River and England's River Avon.