Click on the links below to explore New York City's unique buildings, streetscapes, and infrastructure:
Discover NYC Landmarks - NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission's map of designated landmarks with hyperlinks to area and building reports.
NYCityMap - Provides information on locations of schools, day care centers, senior centers, libraries, hospitals, subways, etc. as well as links to websites for these facilities.
NYC Then and Now - Aerial photos of NYC from 1924 to the present.
Oasisnyc.net - "The richest source of community maps for NYC."
Open Accessible Space Information System - Provides the richest source of community maps for New York City.
Office of Metropolitan History - Search Manhattan new building applications filed with the NYC Department of Buildings between 1900 and 1986.
Old Street Names of New York - Contains more than 1,600 old names of streets and other urban features that are no longer on the map of Manhattan.
Open Sewers Atlas NYC - Shows major sewer lines, wastewater treatment plants, pump stations, "outfalls," etc.
Street View of 1940s New York - Between 1939 and 1941, the WPA collaborated with the NYC Tax Department to collect photographs of most buildings in the five boroughs of New York City.
Street View of 1980s New York (80s.NYC) - Explore over 100,000 street segments and 800,000 building photos.
Urban Re Viewer - Information on the 150+ master plans adopted by the City of New York between 1952 and 2014.
Urban Archive - Photographs and history used to tell stories of New York City's architecture, parks, transportation, and other points of interest.
ZoLa - NYC's Department of City Planning zoning and land use maps.