Random Address In New York City

Street: 97-31, 135th Road

Neighbourhood: Ozone Park

Suburb/City: Queens, City of New York

State/Region: New York

Postcode: 11417

Country: United States

Street: Cathedral of Allen African Methodist Episcopal Church, 110-31, Merrick Boulevard

Neighbourhood: Cedar Manor

Suburb/City: Queens, City of New York

State/Region: New York

Postcode: 11433

Country: United States

Street: 634, East 14th Street

Neighbourhood: Alphabet City

Suburb/City: City of New York

County/Department: New York County

State/Region: New York

Postcode: 10009

Country: United States

Street: Public School 47, 225, East 23rd Street

Neighbourhood: Gramercy

Suburb/City: City of New York

County/Department: New York County

State/Region: New York

Postcode: 10010

Country: United States

Street: 133-11, 35th Avenue

Neighbourhood: Flushing Chinatown

Suburb/City: Queens, City of New York

State/Region: New York

Postcode: 11354

Country: United States

Street: 1291, Kirby Street

Neighbourhood: Bronx County

Suburb/City: The Bronx, City of New York

State/Region: New York

Postcode: 10464

Country: United States

What is this tool?

This generator gets random addresses in New York City using real map data. Each address is formatted according to guidence from the appropriate authorities and contains the building number/street address, road, town/city/region, county, state and postcode.

Are the Addresses in New York City Fake or Real?

The simple answer is yes and no. To get New York City addresses we use a technique called geocoding which involves converting latitude longitude coordinates to an address on a map. If The lat-lon contains a street address, it is put into our random generator. In practice, sometimes a street address is reported but there is no house, making the address fake.

What Can I Use The Random New York City Addresses For?

You can use them for research purposes and to fill forms on websites that require valid addresses but you don't want to give them your actual home address.