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Boring New York City Tax Data Makes for Non-Boring Maps

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How many residential units sit on each New York City tax lot? When were NYC's buildings built? What does the city look like when the skyline is shown as peaks and valleys? Programmer Andrew Hill took tax lot data from the NYC Department of Finance Tax and turned it into a whole bunch of maps (which we spotted via Brokelyn) about different aspects of the city. The best way to experience the site is just to head over and click through Hill's work.

· Boring tax data turned into cool maps about NYC [Brokelyn]
· PLUTO Data Tour [Andrew Hill]
· Cool Map Things [Curbed]