Photos: The 20 Hottest New Yorkers
Start spreading the news: New York is full hot bodies!
In a single New York minute, you can see sizzling singles noshing on cronuts at hot spots that absolutely radiate N-Y-C cool. But just like New York apartment prices, the awesomesauce of today is -- you know it! -- totes gone tomorrow. (You're outta here, Jack!)
That's why the Voice is here to help with this list of the 20 hottest New Yorkers of 2014. Read it before your next upscale happy hour, so you'll know who to look for and who should be looking for the door.
You'll never believe who made it onto our list of sizzling It Girls (and It Guys) for 2014. Did you make the cut?
D. Ivanov (Nassau Ave G Train Station): "I'm one of those people who just sweat."
D. Yamaji (McCarren Park) "It feels good to be out and running!"
M. Knudson (Bedford Ave and N. 9th) "It's like running with a hot blanket over your face."
J. Beach (Williamsburg Bridge): "The heat is hotter than the New Mexico chili I grew up with."
J. Farmer (Williamsburg Bridge) "I just love getting hot!"
Joey (23rd St. and Park Ave): "I don't mind the heat, except for the dehydration factor."
M. Fishko (McCarren Park): "Really, it's just good to be outside."
J. Bowman (4Knots): "I actually like it hot!"
J. Lewis (Roebling and S. 1st Street, Brooklyn): "Be sure to have two sets of clothes everywhere you go so you have a backup when you sweat through the first."
Ramillo (Queens Center Mall): Anything to say about the heat? "The Miami Heat?"
A SLAM DUNK!
K. Bangladesh (4th Ave. at Atlantic Center, Brooklyn): "It could be hotter."
K. Diana (Surf Ave. and Stillwell, Coney Island) "I was born in Queens and raised in Florida and even for me this is hot."
E. Fedewicz (Union Square L Train Subway Station): "After the winter we had, I can't really complain."
A HOT TAKE!
Tafari and Healing Fire (34th Street 1,2,3 Subway Station): No comment, just plenty of intense of drumming.
S. Fortune (E. Houston and 2nd Ave.) "I'm originally from Florida, so I'm used to it."
C. Jean-Baptiste (Columbus Circle): "Everyone needs to stay inside. Get an air conditioner, a wet towel and cold water!"
M. Knight (Nassau Ave. and Diamond Street): "Carrying a suitcase is a great way to get sweaty."
A. Figueroa (61st Street and Maspeth Ave, Queens): "I've been watching concrete dry all day."
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