New York Visualized

About this feature

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.

Gramercy »

If you're feeling nostalgic about presidents past, let our map guide your feet this weekend.

East Village »

A new map shows the percentage and number of homeless students at city schools.

Midtown South »

See how New Yorkers in your neighborhoods used OKCupid during fall of 2016.

SoHo »

In areas such as Downtown Brooklyn and Harlem, luxury and non-luxury prices are similar, a report found.

Whitestone »

Whitestone’s 10 most affordable properties ranged from $152,000 to $238,000.

Battery Park City »

An interactive map by the Skyscraper Museum animates the construction of buildings dating back to 1874.

Williamsburg »

The price of rooms for rent are growing fastest in Queens and The Bronx, SpareRoom found.

St. George »

We pitted the groundhogs' weather prediction records against each other, and here's what we found.

Bushwick »

From Breezy Point to Bushwick and Borough Park, here's where construction is booming.

Breezy Point »

The communities in the 11697 zip code obtained 149 permits since 2015, according to city data.

Hunts Point »

Hunts Point one-bedroom prices rose fastest, while Boerum Hill's dipped fasted, according to Zumper.

Upper West Side »

DNAinfo's interactive 3-D map lets you see what construction will do to every neighborhood's skyline.

TriBeCa »

Forget boring names like 86th Street and 110th Street. They'd be "#shakeshack" and "#Seinfeld."

Sheepshead Bay »

Sheepshead Bay's 10 most affordable listings ranged from $120,000 to $165,000.