Navigating New York City Subways

I’m heading out of the office shortly to show a property on the border of Tribeca and Battery Park City.  Rather than hastily jumping on the subway and guessing how long it would take me to get there, my brilliant assistant has directed me to HopStop.com.  Although she says this site has been around for years, I have never seen it and imagine that I can’t be the only one who hasn’t?  It’s a MapQuest-like tool for the subway system allowing you to plug in a starting and ending address to generate multiple subway routes complete with time estimates.  It’s brilliant and I thought it worthy of sharing. 

On a completely different subject, the SanMar House Raffle drawing is tonight and all of us who purchased tickets are eagerly awaiting the outcome.  Check back here tomorrow for the winners.

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One Response to Navigating New York City Subways

  1. avatar Bill Lower says:

    I LOVE hopStop.com. a total lifesaver

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