Watch: New York City Erupts in Celebration After Race Is Called for Biden – New York Magazine

For four long days, New York City has been waiting for confirmation that its least favorite son, Donald Trump, will be a one-term president. When the 2020 presidential race was finally called for Joe Biden midday on an unseasonably warm Saturday, the city erupted in celebration, with people honking car horns, banging pots and pans out of apartment windows, and flooding into the streets to celebrate the moment with fellow New Yorkers. Here’s how the city is marking the moment.

From the Skyline to the Subway

Brooklyn

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer celebrates in Brooklyn. Photo: Dane Rhys/REUTERS

A man celebrates in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Photo: Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images

People celebrate at Grand Army Plaza. Photo: Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images

Kemberly Damus cheers as she celebrates the victory of Joe Biden over President Donald Trump outside of Barclays Center. Photo: Jessie Wardarski/AP/Shutterstock

People celebrate in Fort Greene. Photo: Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images

Manhattan

People fill the streets in Harlem. Photo: Mark Lennihan/AP

Women celebrate in Alphabet City. Photo: Andrew Kelly/REUTERS

A woman celebrates in Columbus Circle. Photo: Peter Foley/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

People at Central Park react to Biden’s win. Photo: Caitlin Ochs/Reuters

People stand in the fountain as they celebrate in Washington Square Park. Photo: Stephanie Keith/Getty Images

Times Square

People celebrate at Times Square. Photo: Stephanie Keith/Getty Images

People celebrate at Times Square. Photo: KENA BETANCUR/AFP via Getty Images

People celebrate in Times Square. Photo: Stephanie Keith/Getty Images

Times Square. Photo: Stephanie Keith/Getty Images

Holland Tunnel

Trump Tower