The Richest and Poorest Subway Stops in Brooklyn

Tom Otterness Eighth Avenue subway sculpture

New Yorkers have a general understanding of the relative wealth and poverty of different neighborhoods, but The New Yorker‘s interactive graph of wealth by subway stop is still surprising—I mean, obviously there’s a lot of money in DUMBO and not as much in Brownsville, but to see it charted with hard numbers makes the income disparity in this city so clear. Here are the wealthiest and the least wealthy stops in Brooklyn, based on the median income of the census district in which the station lies. [photo]