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Class P Buildings – Places Of Public Assembly (Indoor) And Cultural

P1 – Concert Hall

Concert Hall

The buildings in the P1 class are concert halls. NYC has 14 buildings in this class, 8 of them being found in Manhattan, 3 in Brooklyn, 2 in Queens and 1 in the Bronx.

There are 3 concert halls in Lincoln Square (Manhattan), 2 in Midtown / Midtown South (Manhattan), and one each in Ridgewood (Queens), Morrisania/ Melrose (the Bronx), Canarsie (Brooklyn).

P2 – Lodge Room

Lodge Room

Class P2 comprises installations where one can rent rooms for cultural or indoor public assembly. The highest density of buildings in the P2 class can be found in Queens (34%), then Brooklyn (29%), followed by Staten Island (13%), Manhattan (12%) and the Bronx (12%).

The neighborhoods with the most buildings in the P2 class are Greenpoint (Brooklyn), Schuylerville / Throgs Neck / Edgwater Park (the Bronx), Dyker Heights (Brooklyn), and Whitestone (Queens).

P3 – YWCA,YMCA,YWHA,YMHA,PAL

YWCA, YMCA, YWHA, YMHA, PAL

The installations in the P3 class are used by social and cultural youth organizations such as YWCA (Young Women’s Christian Association), YMCA (Young Men’s Christian Organization), YWHA (Young Women Hebrew Organization), YMHA (Young Men Hebrew Organization), and PAL. Brooklyn has 26% of all buildings in this class, Manhattan 23%, Queens 23%, the Bronx 19% and Staten Island 9%.

Great Kills (Staten Island), Seagate / Coney Island (Brooklyn), Sheepshead Bay / Gerritsen Beach / Manhattan Beach (Brooklyn), and Upper East Side / Carnegie Hill (Manhattan) are the neighborhoods with the greatest density of buildings in the P3 class.

P4 – Beach Club

Beach Club

Class P4 comprises installations used as beach clubs. NYC has a total of 15 beach clubs, 9 in the Bronx, 2 each in Queens and Staten Island, and 1 each in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Schuylerville / Throgs Neck / Edgwater Park (the Bronx) is the neighborhood with the most buildings in the P4 class, followed by City Island (the Bronx), Whitestone (Queens), Country Club (the Bronx), and Great Kills (Staten Island), among others.

P5 – Community Center

Community Center

The buildings in the P5 class are community centers. A community center is a public location used by the members of a community or association for their social or cultural activities. The majority of community centers in NYC are in Queens (30%). Brooklyn (25%) is the second place, then Manhattan (18%), the Bronx (18%) and Staten Island (9%).

The neighborhoods with the greatest density of community centers are Central Harlem North (Manhattan), Flushing (Queens), East Harlem South (Manhattan), Lower East Side (Manhattan), Astoria (Queens), and Old Astoria (Queens).

P6 – Amusement Place, Bath House, Boat House

Amusement Place, Bath House, Boat House

Class P6 comprises facilities for recreational use such as amusement places, bathhouses, and boat houses. Most of them are in Brooklyn (53%), followed by Queens (17%), the Bronx (11%), Manhattan (10%) and Staten Island (9%).

Seagate / Coney Island (Brooklyn) is the area with the greatest density of recreational facilities in the P6 class, followed by Sheepshead Bay / Gerritsen Beach / Manhattan Beach (Brooklyn), and Hammels / Arverne / Edgemere (Queens), among others.

P7 – Museum

Museum

Class P7 consists of museums. Manhattan has the highest number of museums in NYC (65%). Queens (13%), Staten Island (10%), Brooklyn (7%) and the Bronx (5%) follow at a distance.

The neighborhoods with most museums are Upper East Side / Carnegie Hill (Manhattan), Midtown / Midtown South (Manhattan), Hudson Yards / Chelsea / Flatiron / Union Square (Manhattan), and Washington Heights South (Manhattan).

P8 – Library

Library

Class P8 comprises libraries. There are around 200 public libraries in New York City, most of them being concentrated in Brooklyn (30%). The rest of the boroughs can be ranked as follows: Queens (28%), Manhattan (19%), the Bronx (17%), and Staten Island (6%).

The neighborhoods with the greatest numbers of libraries are Murray Hill / Kips Bay (Queens), Midtown / Midtown South (Manhattan), Upper East Side / Carnegie Hill (Manhattan), Sheepshead Bay / Gerritsen Beach / Manhattan Beach (Brooklyn), and Great Kills (Staten Island).

P9 – Miscellaneous Indoor Public Assembly

Miscellaneous Indoor Public Assembly

The buildings in the P9 class are facilities for entertainment or cultural uses that are different from the ones listed in the previous P classes. Brooklyn (39%) and Queens (33%) are the leaders in this class, followed by Manhattan (14%), the Bronx (7%) and Staten Island (7%).

Ridgewood (Queens) and Hudson Yards / Chelsea / Flatiron / Union Square (Manhattan) are the areas with the greatest density of buildings in the P9 class. Sunset Park (Brooklyn), Bath Beach (Brooklyn), and Upper East Side / Carnegie Hill (Manhattan) follow at some distance.

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