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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.

Carroll Gardens »

A recent real estate analysis shows condo prices lead the market in Carroll Gardens.

Kensington »

More than 100 post offices were submitted as the most hate-worthy by DNAinfo readers.

TriBeCa »

Vacant New York takes a look at all the storefronts that are empty in Manhattan.

Upper East Side »

20 new businesses opened on Madison Avenue this year, outpacing openings in previous years.

Gowanus »

In 2000, Latinos were the majority in parts of Gowanus. Their numbers have fallen sharply since then.

Elmhurst »

Elmhurst is a "very heterogeneous and diverse neighborhood," an expert said.

Whitestone »

The Health Department has created six maps offering information about its mosquito control operation.

Jamaica »

Homes in Jamaica are often cheaper than in other parts of the city.

Bed-Stuy »

A new map by the New York Times shows us just how fast Olympians are by putting them in our 'hoods.

SoHo »

Get clothes for great prices, while supporting local organizations. 

Cobble Hill »

The neighborhood's charm and aesthetic is driving its popularity.

Astoria »

Every school district saw improvement on the exams this year , but how did your child's school do?

East Harlem »

East Harlem's real estate is driven high by condos and its border with the Upper East Side. 

Civic Center »

A handy Celsius-Fahrenheit conversion table uses stops on the 6 line to make your life a little easier.