The interior of this Romanesque and Byzantine church at the corner of Park Avenue and East 60th Street in Manhattan is covered with more than 7 million colorful tesserae that create the most dazzling mosaics I’ve seen in any church in New York City.
The Church of the Intercession is an Episcopal parish in Manhattan. Its current building, a Neogothic landmark towering above the corner of Broadway and West 155th Street in Hamilton Heights, was designed by prolific architect Bertram Goodhue and constructed between 1912 and 1915.
NYC Ferry has reduced service by about 12% on its fall 2018 timetables, though service on its newest routes, LES–Lower East Side and SV–Soundview, is virtually unchanged.
NYC Ferry’s LES–Lower East Side route launches Wednesday 29 August 2018 with two new landings at Stuyvesant Cove and Corlears Hook.
Minor changes to the timetables for NYC Ferry’s Astoria and South Brooklyn routes take effect Wednesday 15 August 2018.
NYC Ferry’s newest route, serving a section of the Bronx over 2 miles (3 kilometers) from the nearest subway, offers considerably less service than other current routes in the system.
Location 4140 Broadway Washington Heights, Manhattan Faith Nondenominational Founded 1969 Building Opened: 12 February 1930 as a movie theater Architect: Thomas W. Lamb
NYC Ferry's summer 2018 schedules represent a significant expansion of service, including a doubling of weekend service on the Astoria, Rockaway, and South Brooklyn Routes.
On my first visit to the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph I wasn't able to get photos of two of the cathedral's 20 Marian murals. But I had an opportunity to go back and capture images of them.
An unassuming church at an unassuming corner — at the heart of one of the most important financial districts in the world. St. Peter’s is a sanctuary of calm and stability in a busy and loud part of this city. But its austere exterior and its quiet, dignified interior belie the key role it has played in the history of this city and the lives of those, Catholic or otherwise, who call it home.