Tauranac Maps

Manhattan Block By Block

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The Manhattan Block by Block pocket atlas, designed by New York City resident, urban and architectural historian and map designer, John Tauranac, is as useful for navigating and as it is discovering the city.

Nestled amongst all the critical information a site-seeker might need—city streets, housing numbers, places of interest, neighborhoods and public transportation—all 90 block-by-block maps also include the occasional curious note like Manhattan’s highest natural point, Bennett Park and its deepest subway station, the 191st Street stop on the 1 line.

The pocket atlas also includes a street and general index as well as subway maps, service guides, station index and a late-night service map.

—Softcover, 172 pages, 8.9 x 3.8 inches