Buildings on the map are categorized by square footage, estimated cost, and proposed dwelling units with larger points denoting higher values. Click on any of the points to get more details as well as a direct link to the permit info on DOB's Building Information System.
The current version of the application with charts was built in 2017 by GreenInfo Network. NYC CRASH MAPPER was made possible by CARTO for hosting the data and making the creation of this tool possible through their Grants For Good program; by The Lily Auchincloss and PEPSI foundations, the Manhattan Borough President and the New York City Council.
Department of City Planning tool to provide a comprehensive overview of the coastal flood hazards that threaten the city today, as well as how these hazards are likely to increase in the future with climate change.
ANHD’s Displacement Alert Project is an initiative started in 2016 that leverages data, visualizations, and organizing to help preserve New York City’s stock of affordable housing. We compile fragmented information from various public records and databases and make it more easily accessible for advocates by displaying it in one place with intuitive, color-coded metrics.