Noah Hurowitz is a reporter/producer covering Midtown East, Murray Hill, Gramercy Park, and Union Square.
Noah worked as a reporter for The Brooklyn Paper before coming to DNAinfo New York, covering several beats spanning from Flatbush to Clinton Hill. In addition to neighborhood news he covered the District Attorney’s ongoing review of potentially wrongful convictions, as well as the 2014/2015 Black Lives Matter protests.
He once spent nearly every morning for a month embedded at the Prospect Park YMCA in order to track Mayor Bill de Blasio’s exercise habits.
He grew up outside of Boston, and after a youthful stint of vagrancy settled in Maine, where he studied sociology, working too much, and Spanish at the University of Southern Maine. After graduating and working for a while as a stringer for newspapers in Maine, Noah moved to his ancestral homeland of New York, and now lives in Greenpoint with the perfect number of roommates.
Fun fact: Noah lived for his first four months in New York off of money he saved playing violin on the street in Portland, Maine.