CoreData.nyc is an interactive data and mapping tool that standardizes over 20 datasets from a variety of city, state, and federal sources to present over 100 indicators on New York City’s housing and neighborhoods. CoreData.nyc is also home to the NYU Furman Center’s Subsidized Housing Database, which includes property-level housing subsidy information. About >>
The map shows the location of properties in the Subsidized Housing Database and displays selected Neighborhood Indicators for different neighborhoods. You can view both Neighborhood Indicators and subsidized properties on the map at the same time. Data can also be viewed as a table in Table View. Getting Started >>
The Neighborhood Indicator legend will display in the Control Panel once you’ve made a selection from the Toolbar. The legends for CoreData.nyc Visualizations (maps custom-made by the NYU Furman Center) will appear in the bottom right area of the Map View. Navigation >>
Clicking the Table View button on the upper left of the screen will switch the map display to a tabular display of the selected data. For Neighborhoods Indicators, the table will show all available years for the specific indicator by the selected geography. For subsidized properties, the table will only include general property information. To access the complete Subsidized Housing Database, click “Download” on the upper right hand side of the screen while in Table View and choose “Full property and subsidy data set.” Table View is not available for CoreData.nyc Visualizations.
Yes. Enter a neighborhood name in the Search Box, and the map will zoom to the location. Search >>
The Subsidized Housing Database includes many, but not all, housing subsidies in New York City. We will continue to update the database as data becomes available.
When a property on the map is selected. The control panel will include a link to the New York City Department of Finance’s Digital Tax Map, where additional information on the property is provided. From the Digital Tax Map, a link is then provided to that property’s records on the New York City Department of Finance’s Automated City Register Information System where regulatory agreements can be found.
Yes. Many properties receive multiple sources of tax, financing, and other government subsidies.
Yes. A single subsidy agreement may apply to more than one property. In CoreData.nyc, the subsidy will be listed for each property it is associated with.
No. The residential unit count provided in the Subsidized Housing Database refers to the total number of residential units in a property.The Database does not report the number of affordable units in a property, which can be determined by examining the regulatory agreements applicable to the property (available on the New York City Department of Finance’s Automated City Register Information System). For more information about specific subsidy programs and their affordability requirements, see the Directory of NYC Housing Programs.
CoreData.nyc and its maps, tables, and other resources may be incorporated into your work and research, and may be cited as: NYU Furman Center’s CoreData.nyc. More detailed citation guidelines are available here.
No. Selecting a filter in the Subsidized Housing Database does not affect Neighborhood Indicator results; and selecting a Neighborhood Indicator does not affect Subsidized Housing Database results. They will be displayed together on the map, although you can toggle each layer on and off using the sliders on the Control Panel. Navigation >>
Search specific programs in the Directory of NYC Housing Programs for CoreData.nyc availability, sources, and data notes.
Any data viewable in tabular form is available for download. First, select the Table View button, and then choose the Download option on the top right of the screen. You may also download information about subsidized properties. You have the option to download only the data displayed, or the complete subsidy and housing dataset. Navigation >>
Yes. Enter an address or a property’s Borough-Block-Lot (BBL) number in the Search Box, and the map will zoom to the location. Note that the specific property will not be highlighted. CoreData.nyc recently enabled multiple BBLs search function to look up a list of properties in one query in the Search Box. Please see the details at: Search >>
See the Data Dictionary for complete definitions, methods, and additional information.
Neighborhood Indicators allow you to dynamically view current year and and annual historic information on housing, demographics, and neighborhood conditions.
Depending on the Neighborhood Indicator selected, data for the following geographic levels may be available:
To hide the property markers, simply click the toggle button next to Subsidized Properties in the control panel.
Click “Feedback,” located in the upper right of the table or map. Please tell us about the error or anything else you would like to call to our attention in the “Comments” section.