As the days get shorter, many buildings in New York neighborhoods may feel even darker than others — and yes, the majority of those are in Manhattan. Localize.city data scientists and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) specialists uncovered New York City’s darkest and sunniest neighborhoods across the boroughs in the winter months. The analysis was part of … Continue reading Yes, it’s true. Manhattan neighborhoods do get less sunlight in the winter than elsewhere in the city.
It’s a familiar scene during or after big rainstorms in many parts of New York City: pedestrians forced to leap across massive puddles pooling at crosswalks, or drivers skidding through what seem like small ponds. Overall, the number of street flooding complaints is skyrocketing across the five boroughs, according to Localize.city, a real estate knowledge platform … Continue reading Puddles or Small Ponds? Where New Yorkers Feel Most Deluged by Street Flooding