Why Silicon Alley can be the Next Silicon Valley

May 6, 2014

This infographic shows exactly why New York (Silicon Alley) CAN be the next great Silicon Valley. It includes resources available to new tech startups that choose to start their ventures in New York’s Silicon Alley. Source


Empire State Building: The World’s Most Famous Office Building

March 17, 2014

Did you know that the Empire State Building was built at a rate of 4 1/2 stories a week and weighs 365,000 tons? Find out more about this amazing building in this graphic all about the Empire State Building. Source


Exploring New York City with Foursquare

March 6, 2014

The location-based application, Foursquare, has changed the way people explore and check-in to various cities around the world. This infographic looks specifically at the East Village in New York City and pinpoints top Foursquare locations. Source

Cause for Alarm, Tracking New York

Cause for Alarm, Tracking New York’s Most Serious Fires

April 21, 2013

The number of fire companies and chiefs who are assigned to a fire follows a system of alarms. A fifth-alarm fire, which is thd most serious of fires in NYC, could bring 36 units and at least six of FDNY’s chiefs. Source

One Day in Court: New Yorkers and Their Crimes

One Day in Court: New Yorkers and Their Crimes

March 19, 2013

For a full picture of what laws New Yorkers are breaking, City Limits gathered information on every defendant scheduled to appear in the Bronx’s criminal court on Monday, November 15, 2010. This info graphic is a composition of the day’s caseload. Source


State of NYC Rentals

February 15, 2013

The state of the NYC rental market: building sizes, average tenancy, stabilization vs market, distance to parks, walk/bike commuting rates. Source


The Face of Poverty in New York City

February 11, 2013

This inforgraph breaks down the demographics of Poverty in New York City. Source


The Bail Game: How New York City’s Bail System Works

January 27, 2013

This board game depicts the role New York City’s bail in the criminal justice system. Source


New York City Firefighter Deaths Per Decade

January 19, 2013

On September 11, 2011, the New York City Fire Department lost 343 members. Over the past two decades we’ve lost 43 more. This chart outlines the number who’ve died saving lives in New York. Source


Structural Fires in New York CIty

January 18, 2013

The FDNY units respond to structural fires, nonstructural fires, medical emergencies, and other calls. The number of structural fires has steadily decreased, though the patterns are different in individual boroughs. Source


The History of New Year’s Eve in Times Square

January 17, 2013

A history of the New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square, New York City Source


New York City Rental Stats

January 3, 2013

This Infographic provides information about the rental market in New York City. It lists the neighborhoods that are the most popular to rent in by borough, the most popular amenities, and the most popular searches by borough. Source