New York City's public benches have been around forever; you know them, they're wooden and green and have become a small little iconic part of the city's landscape. Recently we shuddered when a park in Brooklyn painted their benches in all sorts of eye-cringing neon, and now the Chelsea Improvement Company has introduced a whole new look to the street bench. Their modern take is now located at 10th Avenue and West 16th Street and is reportedly made of stainless steel—designed to reflect Chelsea's aesthetic.
Amanda Fung - A thousand New York City building superintendents and resident managers have officially become green experts, the largest property services union in the country announced Monday. At an event held at SEIU Local 32BJ's l... Read Post
New York City has been adding a number of rooftop farms in recent years, like Brooklyn Grange in Brooklyn and Queens, and Bright Farms, a hydroponic rooftop farm in Sunset Park. Today the NY Times has a big feature about the Big App... Read Post