Here are 15 of the most iconic and newest rooftops New York City has to offer. Amazing aerial shots give you a view of city’s skyline as you’ve never seen it before. By Landsliders Aerial Photography.
New York City Rooftop #1 – One of photographer Alex Maclean’s amazing aerial shots shows a block in Upper West Side.
New York City Rooftop #2 – A one acre urban farm in the Long Island City neighborhood of Queens.
New York City Rooftop #3 – Guests at the city’s Standard Hotel enjoy the rooftop life.
New York City Rooftop #4 – A multi-level rooftop garden overlooking Central Park in Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
New York City Rooftop #5 – Artificial materials and pebbles make up the camouflage pattern on the roof at the Museum of Modern Art.
New York City Rooftop #6 – The High Line, an elevated park in the sky built on top of the tracks of a disused railway, weaves its way through the city blocks.
New York City Rooftop #7 – Tudor City, Manhattan: A mid-rise apartment building topped with terrace gardens detailed with Tudor style flourishes.
New York City Rooftop #8 – A vintage bi-plane is pictured on the roof of 77 Water Street in the city’s financial district.
New York City Rooftop #9 – Chelsea, Manhattan: A Cool mural on a white roof above a gallery building in Chelsea.
New York City Rooftop #10 – Green living: A beautifully detailed high-rise terrace garden.
New York City Rooftop #11 – The School of the Future building at 127 East 22nd Street.
New York City Rooftop #12 – Manhattan: New roof terraces in various stages of construction are configured around headhouses, lightwells and water towers.
New York City Rooftop #13 – Aerosol Art Center: An outdoor art exhibit space in Long Island City. A Mecca for graffiti artists the world over.
New York City Rooftop #14 – A stunning selection of roof gardens above 166 Bank St.
New York City Rooftop #15 – The green roof above the Morgan mail processing facility, covers 109,000 square feet, or nearly 2.5 acres. During construction, approximately 90 percent of the original roof was recycled.