Mr. Gray wrote extensively in books, magazines and newspapers, including the Streetscapes column for The New York Times, and acted as an architectural detective in documenting buildings’ histories.
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Mr. Tor helped the architect Eero Saarinen design a structure of reinforced concrete that reminded viewers of a bird in flight.
She joined her husband, Benjamin C. Thompson, in planning festival marketplaces including Faneuil Hall, the South Street Seaport, and Harborplace in Baltimore.
In addition to repairing the outside of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, workers are reconstructing its pinnacle: a 10-foot-tall Celtic cross.
The $16 million SeaGlass carousel brings 30 spinning, color-changing fish to Lower Manhattan.
This weekend in Greenwich Village, the New York Studio of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture will allow visitors to view the original Whitney Museum inscription before it is covered again.
A $27 million upgrade to Bush Tower, a building finished in 1918 and once known for its sumptuous Buyers’ Club, should return three Gothic arches to its lower facade.