Someone at the New Yorker who really loves infographics whipped up this awesome interactive chart that shows the median income of every stop of every subway line in the city. The richest subway stop? The Chambers Street 1,2 and 3, A and E stops, the World Trade Center E stop all have median incomes of $205,192. The poorest stop in the system is Sutter Ave on the L, coming in at $12,288. Brooklyn’s number one!
flier designed by Natalie Rae Good
Saturday, April 27th 10am-7pm @ Gowanus Ballroom (55 9th Street in Brooklyn)!
FREE TO THE PUBLIC (WITH SUGGESTED DONATION OF $10)
• Japanese Bookbinding
• Make Your Own Ricotta
• Indian cooking - Classic…
Were getting a bike share station! #citibike #bikenyc #bedstuy Read about it here.
Morning in NYC from the International Space Station, courtesy of Col. Chris Hadfield. Look at the shadow of Manhattan!
Here at #moccafest to see @jorgechilivargas and look what I found! #pugsondrugs (at 69th Regiment Armory)
Biggie’s old “one room shack” now up for sale for $725,000.
Check it out.