New York Visualized

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From interactive maps to easy-to-understand statistics, DNAinfo’s New York Visualized brings data alive as we dig deep into the numbers to uncover the human stories.

Greenwich Village »

The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation has a map of civil rights sites in the Village.

Concourse »

The 10 most affordable properties range from $175,000 to $595,000, according to NeighborhoodX.

St. George »

NeighborhoodX found a home for $215,000, but prices ramp up fast.

East Williamsburg »

The chilliest apartments are concentrated in the west Bronx, central Brooklyn and northern Manhattan.

Times Square & Theater District »

Nearly 7,000 DNAinfo readers picked their favorite seats on the city's trains. Here's what we learned.

Astoria »

Whether you've lived in New York for two years or 20, your rent has probably gone up.

Crown Heights »

The NYPD said there has been an increase in hate crimes across the city since the presidential election.

TriBeCa »

The "most affordable" apartments in TriBeCa are twice as pricey as those in nearby Battery Park City.

Bushwick »

Bushwick, home to many warehouse art collectives like one that burned in Oakland, led NYC in violations.

Crown Heights »

Cobble Hill's more affordable listings range from $455,000 to $1.475 million, NeighborhoodX found.

Brooklyn Heights »

The most affordable properties in Brooklyn Heights start at $575,000, according to NeighborhoodX.

East Harlem »

East Harlem, Bushwick and Ocean Hill have the fastest growing prices for one-bedroom units, Zumper says.

Great Kills »

The borough's own Pete Davidson described it as "the herpes of boroughs."

Red Hook »

The white population is up an estimated 320 percent since 2000, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.