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Ogranizations and Research Centers
American Planning Assosiation
An independent, not-for-profit educational organization that provides leadership and research related to community planning, transportation, housing and other issues effecting urban development.
Center for Urban Policy Research at Rutgers University
Devoted to Research on affordable housing, land use policy, environmental impact analysis, state planning, public finance, land development practice, historic preservation, infrastructure assessment, development impact analysis, the costs of sprawl, transportation information systems, environmental impacts, and community economic development.
Forgotten New York
Offers walking tours and information about New York's most curious corners.
Selected Internet Resources in New York City History
A selection of free resources pertaining to the history of New York City, including reference resources about the city, links to digital exhibitions and libraries, numerous websites, and information about the city and each of the five boroughs maintained by NYPL's Milstein Division
The Municipal Art Society of New York
A non-profit, membership organization that fights for a more livable New York and advocates for intelligent urban planning, design and preservation.
U.S. History, Local History & Genealogy at NYPL's Milstein Division
The New York Public Library's research room devoted to U.S History, Genealogy with and the history of New York City. Includes useful links to websites, databases available with an NYPL card and reference services. Chat with a librarian at the NYPL!
An online transparency tool from the Comptroller that for the first time placed the City’s day-to-day spending in the public domain.