Introducing CoreData.nyc, a Hub for NYC’s Housing and Neighborhood Data
Today, the NYU Furman Center is pleased to announce the launch of CoreData.nyc, a new online hub for New York City housing and neighborhoods data.
CoreData.nyc standardizes datasets from a variety of city, state, and federal sources to present over 100 indicators describing New York City’s housing and neighborhoods. It is the city's most comprehensive resource for property-level subsidized housing information.
Here are the key functions of CoreData.nyc. Or, to see the site in action, watch the one-minute introductory video.
1. View the Subsidized Housing Database, which includes properties in New York City currently receiving a government subsidy.
CoreData.nyc’s Subsidized Housing Database is the only publicly available, property-level database of New York City’s subsidized housing. Users can search by BBL or address, use the filters, or explore the map, and click on a property to view and download a detailed report, including subsidy expiration dates.
2. Access over 100 neighborhood indicators on housing markets, affordability, land use, demographics, and neighborhood conditions.
CoreData.nyc includes data describing New Yorkers and the city’s neighborhoods. Select the year and the geography of an indicator to view as a map or download as a table.
3. Explore research produced by the NYU Furman Center.
CoreData.nyc includes independent analysis by the NYU Furman Center, including CoreData Visualizations. New findings released today include:
- Expiring Affordable Housing in New York City
By 2020, the regulatory agreements governing 157 currently federally subsidized residential properties in New York City are set to expire; over the following decade, another 593 are set to expire. Read the analysis or view the interactive map >>
- Newly Constructed Housing Units on the Rise in 2015
Between 2014 and 2015, New York City saw a 7% increase in the number of completed residential units authorized for occupancy, marking the third straight year of gains. Read the analysis or view the interactive map >>
CoreData.nyc is both an update and an expansion of the NYU Furman Center’s Subsidized Housing Information Project (SHIP), which launched in 2011. As with SHIP, CoreData.nyc allows users to search for currently subsidized properties in the city and identify properties at risk of exiting from affordability restrictions. CoreData.nyc is a free, publicly available resource. The tool was funded by New York City Council, with additional support from Capital One, and developed by Applied Geographics. CoreData.nyc is maintained and updated regularly by the NYU Furman Center.
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Webinar Briefing: March 8, 2017, 1:00-2:00 p.m. EST | Register >>
NYU Furman Center will present a webinar briefing on CoreData.nyc to provide an overview of the site’s data resources and functionality. In the meantime, explore the CoreData.nyc User Guide.
Testimonials: “Investing in CoreData.nyc means that Council Members across the five boroughs will now be able to actively engage in tracking and preserving affordable housing units throughout their districts.This will provide increased transparency in the complex landscape of affordable housing in New York City, and be a crucial resource for the staff and task forces that we rely on to make recommendations for agreements and restrictions affecting future supply." -City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito. Read more >>
Press Release: NYU Furman Center Launches CoreData.nyc, NYC's Housing & Neighborhood Data Hub (December 9, 2016)
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