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

Hottest New York Neighborhoods

Hottest New York Neighborhoods

August 11, 2013

Shows the most popular neighborhoods in New York City by borough, as well as the most popular amenities. Source

New York Vs. The World

New York Vs. The World

June 9, 2013

New York was the destination for millions of travelers in 2009, but what chart topping music made the trip to the Big Apple, and how long did it stay as compared to the rest of the world? Check out this infographic from Last.fm to see the ripples created by all the new albums dropped. Source

New York Mob Bust

New York Mob Bust

April 17, 2013

On January 20th, 2011, 127 members of the nation’s leading mafia groups were arrested. This infographic goes in-depth to show the details and facts behind the New York Mob Bust. Source


Corcoran’s Most Popular Foursquare Tips Williamsburg Brooklyn

April 16, 2013

Explore New York City, The Hamptons & South Florida with The Corcoran Group and Foursquare. With over 1,500 venue tips, we present a series of infographics of where our most popular tips are being used. Follow The Corcoran Group on Foursquare at: foursquare.com/corcoran_group Source

New York Unzipped

New York Unzipped

April 3, 2013

Discussion about how the place you call home—right down to your exact zip code—may reveal your shopping “DNA,” i.e. your predisposition towards certain brands and designers. Nowhere are the differences so pronounced from neighborhood to neighborhood as in New York City. Here’s what the data collected reveals: Source


Empire Peace of Mind

February 14, 2013

Whether you’re taking the 5 train to the Bronx or riding a taxi through Chelsea, New York faces some of the highest STD rates in the country. Many new Yorkers don’t even know they have an STD until it’s too late – nearly 1,000 New Yorkers don’t find out they’re HIV positive until they are […]

Then as Now – New York’??s Shifting Ethnic Mosaic

January 14, 2013

A century ago, Israel Zangwill popularized the term in his play, “The Melting Pot.” New York has evolved into a greater crucible of race and ethnicity today than it was back then, but the city also remains very much a mosaic — a variegated montage of neighborhoods in which certain groups predominate. Source


New York City Superheroes

December 25, 2012

New York City would have been destroyed a hundred times over if it wasn’t for all of the superheroes who call Gotham City home. If any villainous mastermind tries to mess with this metropolis, Marvel superheroes would be on the scene instantly. This inforgraphic shows a map of where New York’s superheroes reside and why […]


Tigers rotation vs. Rangers

December 20, 2012

Tate VS Rousey infographic Source

What’s Your Problem?

December 13, 2012

As useful as 311 is to ordinary New Yorkers, the most intriguing thing about the service is all the information it supplies back to the city. Each complaint is logged, tagged, and mapped to make it available for subsequent analysis. In some cases, 311 simply helps New York respond more intelligently to needs that were […]

Does Buying a House Make Any Sense?

Does Buying a House Make Any Sense?

November 10, 2012

The chart is fairly simple: The color coding represents a ratio of the median home price to the average two-bedroom rent, multiplied by twelve. Thus, it roughly shows how many years it would take to buy the median home, paying an average rent. Trulia then created a basic cut off for rent-vs-buy: If it takes […]