Old New York is the designation for New New York's predecessor, New York City. In the 21st century, it was one of Earth's great cities, the equal of Paris and Atlanta. Landmarks dating from Old New York included the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Center, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty, and the famed Apollo Theatre. Applied Cryogenics was initially built there.

According to Past-O-Rama, its traffic jams were a public forum of opinion.[1] One of Old New York's many eateries was Pannuci's Pizza.[2]

Philip J. Fry and Michelle Jenkins are both hailed from Old New York before they were frozen in 1999 and 2012 respectively. Other Old New Yorkers included Yancy Fry, Sr., Mrs. Fry, Yancy Fry, Jr., Mr. Panucci, and Al Sharpton.

Old New York was destroyed, or at least heavily damaged, by Bender in 2308.[3] An alien invasion at some point between 2000 and 2999 may also have happened to further its destruction,[2] although this may be one and the same with Bender's devastation of the city. New New York was built atop its ruins.The Statue of Liberty survived the destruction and it is still standing in New New York. The Empire State Building also survived both destructions of Old New York and lived on to New New York, but it is now poking out of the ground instead of being at street level. Fortunately for Fry, Applied Cryogenics survived all destruction, although it was remodeled before 2999.[2]





  1. Jurassic Bark
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Space Pilot 3000
  3. Bender's Big Score
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