Swimming pool with resort-inspired poolscape and landscaping

Design Ideas: Resort-Inspired Pool Features

An outdoor pool can simply be there for swimming laps and cooling off in the summer heat. But a resort-inspired pool is something else—it’s an elegant pool surrounded by luxurious outdoor features. This type of poolscape offers the ultimate outdoor entertainment space in warmer months and adds beauty and interest to your home’s landscape year-round. … Read more

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What Is Turf and Why It’s the Ultimate Upgrade for Your Landscape

Are you frustrated because your lawn is sparse and unattractive despite all your hard work? Do you wish your lawn could become lush and green overnight? If so, consider lawn turf—also called sod—for your landscape. Sod is extremely popular with homeowners because it allows them to get an established lawn quickly without having to grow … Read more

Street level view of 565 Broome SoHo

In the News—565 Broome SoHo

At 30 stories, 565 Broome SoHo is the tallest residential building in NYC’s fashionable and historic SoHo neighborhood.  It is the first New York City residential building to be designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop—a company that’s home to hundreds of architects, building specialists, and engineers and includes in its partner group, Renzo Piano, who … Read more

The garden and glass canopy at 550 Madison NYC

In the News—550 Madison

The 550 Madison garden Plaza was developed as part of the 550 Madison Avenue project. The area spanning 55th Street and 56th Street in Midtown Manhattan, which was once a closed-off passageway, is now an oasis-like privately owned public space (POPS) featuring innovative landscaping. The garden features a magnificent glass canopy that partially covers the … Read more

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Ways to Make Your Landscape More Eco-Friendly

Americans are increasingly mindful that their landscape is part of a larger ecosystem, and what they do to develop and maintain their gardens affects the greater environment. You can enjoy your yard even more knowing it’s contributing to a healthier and sustainable environment. Read about five ways to make your landscape more eco-friendly. What Makes … Read more

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Grandview Elementary School in North Caldwell, NJ, Plants a Tree for Arbor Day

NORTH CALDWELL, New Jersey, April 26, 2024 – Students at Grandview Elementary School in North Caldwell, NJ, celebrated Arbor Day by planting a tree in front of the school’s kindergarten classroom. Over 100 students from the third grade class took part in the activity along with Grandview Elementary School Principal Francesco Bifulco, North Caldwell Mayor … Read more

Long view of Hudson Yards Public Square

In the News—Hudson Yards Public Square

Hudson Yards is a new 28-acre real estate development in New York City. It’s among the largest real estate projects to be developed in NYC since Rockefeller Center opened its first building in 1933. At Hudson Yards, everyone can enjoy the Public Square, magnificent Gardens, and innovative architecture. Residents, commuters, and visitors are refreshed by … Read more

View of water and greenery at Waterline Square Park, NYC

Waterline Square Park – In the News

Waterline Square Park, NYC, innovatively combines modern architecture and sustainable landscape design. Its 2.6 acre site is adjacent to the West Side’s Hudson River Park and is accessible to residents and the public alike. Waterline Square Park is part of the Riverside Center complex that spans eight acres from West 59th Street to West 61st … Read more

A flooded yard that needs a drainage system

Benefits of Subsurface Drainage Systems

The goals of all landscape drainage systems are to remove excess water from either above or below ground—or both—and prevent water damage. A subsurface drainage system removes excess water from beneath the surface of your property. Here we discuss the role of drainage systems and the benefits of subsurface drainage systems. The Best Water Drainage … Read more

The NYC skyline at dusk featuring The Spiral at Hudson Yards on the right

The Spiral at Hudson Yards – In the News

The Spiral at Hudson Yards is a distinctive and impressive 66-story office tower that has recently become a cherished part of New York City’s skyline. The building is the result of Tishman Speyer’s development and Turner Construction’s construction. The designer, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), combined innovative uses of space, light, and live plantings. Landscaped terraces … Read more

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