The Old Upper East Side’s New Development Boom, Mapped

While Brooklyn neighborhoods like Greenpoint and Crown Heights may be blowing up with new development, they still don’t have anything on the Upper East Side in terms of sheer volume. The impending completion of the Second Avenue Subway, crawling and sputtering to the finish line after only a few millennia or so of delays, has spurred a ton of new residential towers from the likes of Extell Development, Icon Realty Management, Zeckendorf Development, and others. And, of course, the Upper East Side is just very, very cool.

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