New York’s Opportunity Zones are spread statewide. About half are in the five boroughs.
In Manhattan, there are 35 OZ tracts including the greater Inwood area, parts of West and East Harlem, a section near East 25th Street and parts of the Lower East Side. In the Bronx, there are 75 OZ tracts, including most of Hunts Point, Mott Haven, Morrisania and Highbridge.
Brooklyn has 125 OZ tracts in neighborhoods such as Red Hook, Williamsburg, Seagate, Bayridge, Bushwick and East New York. In Queens, there are 63 (Long Island City, Whitestone, southeastern Jamaica, South Ozone Park and parts of the Rockaways) and Staten Island’s eight tracts are all on the North Shore.