New York is a transitional serif typeface designed in 1983 for the Macintosh computer by Susan Kare, Charles Bigelow, and Kris Holmes. It was originally titled “Ardmore.” The typeface was the standard bitmap serif font for the early Macintosh operating systems. New York is one of several of what Apple Computer cofounder Steve Jobs called “World Class Cities” typefaces.
Designed as a bitmap face, a TrueType format was released, which did not much resemble the bitmap version. New York, along with the other “city-named” original Mac operating system faces were largely supplanted by the Lucida family of fonts with the release of Mac OS X.