In the News: How Manhattan’s Grid Grew

How Manhattan’s Grid Grew

(New York Times)

In 1811, John Randel created a proposed street grid of Manhattan. Compare his map, along with other historic information, to modern-day Manhattan.  The map was lead by alumnus Jeremy White (MS’09, Cartography).

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