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Start up in Manhattan: the map

Startups cluster from Broadway to rand Central in midtown, down to SoHo.


An analysis of public records shows that more than 400 technology start-ups in New York City have raised money from investors in the last two years. The vast majority of these companies have landed in Midtown South, within blocks of venture capital investors and veteran start-ups. The area's affordable rent and popular restaurants and bars are a big draw. Many of the companies are working to use technology to reshape the city's established industries, like retail, finance, health care and entertainment.


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