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Long Island City’s unstoppable development boom, mapped

Developments poised to usher in Queens’s next generation of rentals and condos.

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The best holiday markets in NYC

For a truly unique shopping experience, head to one of these holiday markets.

New map showcases the beauty of NYC’s subway system

Blue Crow Media’s latest NYC map highlights subway art and architecture

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NYC’s 10 coolest outdoor pools to check out this summer

There’s at least one in every borough

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New York City's most iconic buildings, mapped

From the Empire State Building to the Statue of Liberty, these buildings are the heart and soul of this city.

See Greenwich Village’s historic buildings in one handy map

The neighborhood’s historic district turns 50 this year

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NYC’s 20 most expensive homes sold in 2018

Move over 432 Park Avenue, there’s a new star in town

This cool new map plots out NYC parks near every subway stop

One park for every subway stop

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The Lower East Side’s thousands of incoming apartments, mapped

From Essex Crossing to Two Bridges, 20+ developments creating a new Lower East Side landscape.

Track every major NYC construction project with this new interactive map

The Department of Buildings mines its data to provide more insight into the city’s building boom.

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Central Harlem’s new residential development surge, mapped

Get a look at the new rental and condo developments that are taking shape in Central Harlem and Hamilton Heights.

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9 developments that will transform burgeoning Hudson Square

See how these projects will transform the tiny neighborhood on the Hudson in the coming years.

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15 new developments set to transform Tribeca, mapped

One of Manhattan’s priciest neighborhoods is getting more luxe developments

Track the progress made in NYC rezonings in this interactive map

See how far the city has lived up to its rezoning promises.

This new map demystifies NYC curb rules

The new digital tool is looking to make parking less of a headache in the city.

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10 underrated NYC memorials to visit Memorial Day weekend

NYC is home to more than 1,000 memorials that commemorate events and individuals who helped to shape history. Here, we celebrate 10 that highlight fascinating accomplishments and historical events.

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Mapping Greenpoint’s ongoing explosion of development

See the 19 new projects in various stages of development in the neighborhood right now.

See every single building in Manhattan mapped with this new tool

The borough’s buildings are sorted by age, height, and building class.

New map shows every city-owned lot sold for $1 since De Blasio became mayor

596 Acres mapped out all of the dollar lots in a new interactive tool

Brooklyn’s most famous intersections highlighted in minimalist map

A new way of looking at New York’s streetscape

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New York City’s disappearing grocery stores, mapped

Here are 14 major closings and imminent shutdowns from the last few years

See the affordable housing developed in NYC since 2014 in one handy map

The HPD has released a new interactive map that shows off Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Housing New York agenda.

3 things you can do with NYC’s new zoning and land use map

This new tool from NYC Planning Labs offers ways to engage with urban policy issues

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15 new developments transforming Jamaica, Queens

A development boom is happening in Jamaica and its resulting in major changes to the neighborhood as we know it.

Mapping New York City’s affordability gap

The connection between a single HUD calculation and New York's affordable housing crisis

NYC's interactive landmarks map just got a whole lot better

Learn about the nearly 34,000 buildings in NYC’s 141 historic districts.

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Mapping the NYC buildings that became landmarks in 2017

Meet all of New York City's newest landmarks

These are NYC's most dangerous intersections for pedestrians

Checkout the interactive map to find out places to be extra careful in.

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15 Open House New York sites you can visit without a reservation

These 15 sites are some of the best ones to check out during Open House New York 2017.

New York's innovative concrete buildings celebrated in a new map

‘Concrete New York’ pays homage to the versatile material, with buildings by I.M. Pei and Marcel Breuer (among others) featured.

Track every NYC apartment eviction on this interactive map

450,000 evictions were filed between 2013 and 2015.

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The Upper East Side’s hundreds of incoming apartments, mapped

20+ developments poised to usher in the Upper East Side’s next generation of rentals and condos.

Where do middle-class New Yorkers live?

Charting the change in income distribution throughout the five boroughs between 1990 and 2015.

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Beyond Billionaires' Row: the real estate reshaping Manhattan's 57th Street

From Bjarke Ingels’s courtscraper to a so-called seven-star hotel.

Help build a Google Street View of old New York with the NYPL

Help the library build out its "digital time-travel service" by placing historical images on the map.

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Mapping the many gas stations lost to NYC’s development boom

There are now only 50 gas stations open to the public in Manhattan.

Crowdsourced map confirms long-held stereotypes about NYC neighborhoods

Tourists go to Times Square, hipsters congregate in Williamsburg, and other obvious things are revealed by Hoodmaps’s new map of NYC.

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Queens's 10 most expensive homes for sale, mapped

The neighborhood dominating this list, unsurprisingly, is Forest Hills Gardens, what with its plethora of sprawling mansions.

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These 14 Staten Island projects will transform the borough

From tourist attractions to huge residential projects, these developments—not all of which are located within the booming North Shore—will shape the borough’s future.