While it's still a work in progress, AirMap comes with several useful toggles: airports, with the option to add in private airports as well. There's a toggle for controlled airspace, and one for caution, like the temporary flight restriction or the permanent one banning flights over the White House in Washington. And there's an advisory option, where pilots can select private residences (built from the NoFlyZone opt-in database), schools, hospitals, helipads, and buildings they can avoid if they want to. Toggling through the other features, we can see that after the temporary restriction, and excluding national parks (where drones are prohibited), there's a lot of other controlled airspace, as well as areas near airports, worth avoiding, but there are spots to fly a drone in New York. It just means flying them in Staten Island.