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Atlantic Yards heat maps

Today's NY Times Metro section has a sizable article on race and salary in the Atlantic Yards environs. In the heat map on income, there's a small pocket off Atlantic by 3rd Avenue that has an average income of over $100K. What part is this?

Also interesting to note is that in the owner-occupied map, there are two areas where there is a high owner-occupancy rate and guess what, they're historically black co-op buildings - the one at Ashland/Myrtle and the 185 Hall St. coops. I might be wrong, so someone please correct me.


At November 13, 2006 12:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting article, I read in the Times yesterday. Unfortunately, this is based on the 2000 census and I bet these maps would be very different based on a current census. Especially white people in Fort Greene and average household incomes in Fort Greene. In fact, I bet this is so different the maps hardly reflect the situation at all.

At November 13, 2006 3:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You bet? You think? What kind of bullshit response is that? Is that something others are supposed to rely on in a debate? Is that any sort of critical thinking, the kind needed to win debates? And people wonder why Ratner has the upper hand in all this...and he does...period.

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