Although some may view the memories of September 11th as sadness and destruction, some see it as an opportunity.
Cheryl Palmer, along with the crew at Club Quarters Inc., are well on their way with the World Center Hotel, located in the spot where the World Trade Center once stood.
The hotel began to take reservations last month, amidst the current construction of the rest of the hotel – it’s still in progress, but already doing well.
Not much can trump Rockefeller Centre, a complex lot of buildings that were developed in the midst of the Great Depression. Originally known as Radio City, the “centre” initially consisted of fourteen buildings, and has now spanned to nineteen. Continue Reading
As the oldest suspension bridge in the United States, the Brooklyn Bridge connects Manhattan and Brooklyn across the East River. It was completed in 1883, and still holds up, bringing commuters and travelers to their destinations day after day.
As a gift of friendship from France to the United States, the Statue of Liberty stands tall and free, solely located on a 12 acre Continue Reading
In the borough of Manhattan is Times Square, a well-known and major intersection in New York City. Named after the Times Building (now called One Continue Reading
Here's the second installment of The Swish Life Magazine newest feature: a monthly artistic cartoon highlighting New York City landmarks. Illustrator and artist Mark Hayward Continue Reading
We've recently discovered the truest meaning of an eco-inspired home- that is, one that's decorated and inspired by plant life - and it shows. Architecture Continue Reading
Who wouldn't want to have the world's best architectural masterpieces in the
Here on The Swish Life Magazine we're launching a new feature: a