Wednesday, August 12, 2015
DNAinfo has a cool map thing (as Curbed might call it!) that lets readers/residents use an interactive map to draw where they think their neighborhood's borders are.
Given the debates around the East Village about borders, specifically where Midtown South ends and New York Harbor begins, we're curious to see the results.
Anyway, all good...
EVG reader Tad took a shot at drawing the EV borders. And what did he see upon submitting his outline? For starters, the borders that other readers drew... as well as a very large...
We checked a few other neighborhoods, and only noticed the work of a wannabe Penistrator in (or hovering over) the East Village section. (Oh, and the Pac-Man eating Atlantic Avenue.)
Per Tad: "Given the state of our neighborhood, this seems about right."