New York City is home to more than 65 different types of street trees ranging from the Alder to Zelkova. With over 600,000 street trees across the five boroughs, one might wonder where they are and which types are most common. Using NYC Open Data of street trees, a few local designers decided to find out… According to their analysis, Queens is home to a third of the city’s street trees and the Maple and Plane Tree (Sycamore) are the most common.
To learn more, check out their Interactive Visualization of NYC Street Trees.
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