Space in New York

By: Camila Ruano & Chloe Kelsey

Space and population in New York

Manhattan- Has an estimated population of 1,626,159 and 23 square miles

The Bronx- Has an estimated population of 1,418,773 and 42 square miles

Brooklyn- Has an estimated population of 2,592,149 and 71 square miles

Queens- Has an estimated population of 2,296,175 and 109 square miles

Staten Island- Has an estimated population of 472,621 and 58 square miles

New York City- Has an estimated population of 8,405,837 and 303 square miles

New York State- Has an estimated population of 19,651,127 and 47,214 square miles

How it has grown

When New York was founded the total population was 5,000 and the total square miles were 15,677.

Now the total estimated population is 19,651,127 and the total square miles are 47,214.

The population of New York has increased by 19,646,127 and the total square miles have increased by 31,537.

Buidings

People and space

The population in New York is so big that the people are very crowed and don't have much space. The space in New York is so limited that the apartments are stacked on top of each other in buildings because they don't have space to have homes like in other city's.