Odds are if you’re reading this post right now, you’re probably at work in Midtown.
However, one thing to note that is not clearly reflected in the map is that when the city’s central business districts empty out, a large percentage actually file out to their homes in the outer boroughs and Jersey or head northbound to Connecticut and the like. If you want to know what that looks like, you can get an idea here.
[Via Dark Horse Analytics]
- Day vs. Night: What NYC’s Population Looks Like
- Map shows where New York City’s refugees have come from since 2002
- Map: Here’s where you can afford to live in NYC in 2018