Timeline Renovations is a one stop shop professional renovation company servicing Manhattan. We provide you with floor plans, 3D layouts, elevations, as well as a detailed phase by phase contract including TIME FRAME. Then our team of skilled craftsmen complete the project quickly and with great attention to detail.
Climbers of all ages and skill levels scamper across roughly 22,000 square feet of climbable space inside Brooklyn Boulders's rock-climbing gym. A dedicated route-setting staff organizes color-coded problems on craggy, angled top-rope walls as well as bouldering walls that reach up to 15 feet. To help visitors master these walls, seasoned instructors train them in three basic types of climbing: bouldering, top-rope climbing, or lead climbing. They teach these skills through classes such as the peak-performance program, which combines seven classes in lead climbing, bouldering, and cross-training to accelerate students' learning. To ease stressed muscles and promote calm reflection, staffers also lead all-ages yoga lessons and monthly yoga workshops.
Brooklyn Boulders also injects creativity into its special events, which encourage visitors to climb in costume around Halloween and take part in competitions during which they pretend the floor has turned to lava. Staffers also invite local graffiti artists to display their murals inside, work to preserve regional climbing areas by partnering with Access Fund, and coordinate programs through its BKB Foundation?a nonprofit that provides greater access to rock climbing for kids and adults.
Icon Parking Systems' parking facilities safely house vehicles of all shapes and sizes as owners go to work, relax at home, or take in the sights of the Big Apple. Conveniently tucked in the most prestigious corners of Manhattan—which are also the areas least menaced by aimless teenage tow-trucks—these lots offer easy access to any number of restaurants, Broadway theaters, and concert halls. Many automotive stables have no daily or weekly time limit, so drivers may come and go as they please or leave rides in the same spot for dedicated, month-long portraits. Monthly customers can sign up for the Preferred Customer Club, which grants them an exclusive card and half-off parking at any of Icon Parking Systems' 200 facilities or UFO landing pads scattered throughout Manhattan.
Alphabet City burger joint Royale is like two restaurants in one. Inside, it's all sports bar, with exposed brick, dark wood surfaces, rock music and flatscreens perpetually tuned into the game. Outside, the roomy, serene garden patio (which seats up to 60) is a surprisingly pastoral break from the testosterone-fueled revelry inside. What unites these disparate spaces, however, is the excellent burgers. It's hard not to think of the film ‰ÛÏPulp Fiction‰Û� when ordering the signature "Royale with Cheese" burger, composed of a well-cooked patty topped with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle and your choice of fromage (blue cheese is $1.50 extra) on a sesame seed brioche bun. A small selection of chicken and veggie sandwiches and chopped salads is available for those who eschew beef. Beers on tap pair well with the burgers, but the bar also specializes in whiskeys, with 50 different kinds on offer.
There’s no sign at the entrance to 151, but that’s not to say it isn’t marked—various graffiti tags color the door to this inconspicuous basement bar. Once inside, patrons are greeted with a scene befitting the bar’s below-ground digs. A handful of votives cast a dim glow on cement floors covered with Oriental-style rugs, and beaded curtains section off booths cushioned by tufted black vinyl. The cocktails bear monikers fitting of their dark environs: the Painkiller is a blend of golden rum, coconut cream, and pineapple juice, and Rosemary’s Baby mixes pear vodka with rosemary syrup and fresh lime. Though the bar is dark, it’s certainly not dreary. Happy hour runs until 10 p.m. nightly, and on Sundays, the anti-brunch pairs bottomless mimosas and breakfast margaritas with complimentary self-serve bacon.
Judah S. Harris, as a talented photographer, sees the world a little differently than the rest of us. His keen eye for visual storytelling guides both his photojournalistic and fine-art work, which has appeared in publications such as the New York Times, Shutterbug, and American Photo, in international advertising campaigns, and on the covers of more than 40 novels. His carefully composed images have hung on the walls of art galleries and even inside Bloomingdale's department stores, which owns 19 of his prints. A seasoned educator as well as accomplished photographer, Judah also leads original classes and workshops for students of all experience levels, from beginners to professionals.