The 75th Assembly District is comprised of diverse neighborhoods but a not-so-diverse population.

The district contains many unique, diverse neighborhoods, including; Chelsea, Diamond District, Flatiron District, Garment District, Hell’s Kitchen (aka Clinton), Koreatown, Midtown, Midtown East, Rose Hill, Theatre District/Times Square, and Union Square. It covers approximately 2.9 square miles with about 140,000 residents in 78,000 households, with a median age of 37.4 years. The population is 51% male, 62% white, 5 % black, 16% Asian, 14 % Hispanic, and 3% other, according to 

The 75th Assembly district is a business and commercial community in the heart of Manhattan and where millions of people come to enjoy New York City’s tourist attractions, world-class shopping destinations, entertainment, business, and industrial landmarks.

The well-being of the residents, business, and commercial community are intertwined and dependent upon one another.

The district contains NYC’s more significant neighborhoods and institutions, including the following:  


Baruch College Flatiron Building

Pennsylvania Station 

Billionaires Row Garment District The Plaza
Bryant Park Herald Sq

Port Authority

Carnegie Hall  The High Line Radio City Music Hall 
Central Park The Hudson Yards

Rockefeller Center

Columbus Circle

Javits Center Rose Hill
Chelsea Koreatown Rubin Museum of Art
Chelsea Market Macy’s  Sheep Meadow
Chelsea Piers Madame Tussauds

Times Square

Diamond District Museum of Arts and Design

Union Square

Empire State Building Museum of Modern Art  
Fotografiska museum NYU Langone Hospital  


75th Assembly District Map – approved redistricting map 



Zip codes of the 75th AD
Zip Codes 




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