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Check Out How Big NYC Would Be With The Population Density Of Other Cities

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Check Out How Big NYC Would Be With The Population Density Of Other Cities

New York is densely packed, we all know that, there’s barely enough room to swing a pizza rat without hitting another New Yorker.

There are over 8.55 million people living within the 302 mile² that make up our city, meaning that there are around  28.2k people per mile².

Where as you may be thinking that is overwhelmingly claustrophobic, it only touches on the population density of other major world cities.

Take a look at how big NYC would be if it had the population density of other cities below in this map from Sparefoot.

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Featured image source [flickr | Kevin Case]

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