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Guide to Contemporary New York City Architecture / John Hill

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If you want a brief simple city guide of contemporary architecture in New York City you can have a look at our city guide, but if you want a thorough guide book then you should check out John Hill’s Guide to Contemporary New York City Architecture. The book is organized into neighborhoods so you can create your own self-guided walking tours. It covers everything from parks and residences to office buildings and museums. There is also a section that depicts a few projects that might come to fruition by 2020.


008 Acknowledgments 010 Introduction 016 Manhattan 018 Lower Manhattan 030 Tribeca, SoHo 038 Chinatown, Lower East Side, Nolita 050 NoHo, East Village, Greenwich Village 062 West Village, Meatpacking District

079 Chelsea 090 Flatiron District, Gramercy Park, Murray Hill 100 Midtown East 118 Midtown West

128 Upper West Side 140 Upper East Side 150 Harlem, Morningside Heights, Hamilton Heights, Washington Heights

162 Brooklyn 164 Downtown Brooklyn Heights, Carroll Gardens, Gowanus, Park Slope 176 Prospect Heights, Crown Heights, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Clinton Hill, Fort Greene

188 Greenpoint, Williamsburg, Brownsville, East New York 198 Flatbush, Homecrest, Coney Island, Borough Park, Sunset Park

208 Bronx 210 Mott Haven, Highbridge, Hunts Point 218 Bronx Park, Fordham, North Riverdale 226 Castle Hill, Throgs Neck, Morris Park, Baychester

234 Queens 236 Long Island City, Astoria 244 Flushing, Bayside, Jamaica, Ozone Park

256 Staten Island 236 St. George, Snug Harbor, Clove Hill, Grymes Hill

266 New York City 2020

290 Notes 291 Glossary 295 Selected Bibliography & Resources 299 Architect/Building Index 304 Index by Building Type

Cite:Amber P. "Guide to Contemporary New York City Architecture / John Hill" 10 Mar 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <>