Our Focus Chapter explores recent trends in eviction filings in New York City and how they vary across neighborhoods. It includes a comparison of New York City eviction filings with other cities, a detailed analysis of trends at the citywide, borough, and neighborhood level, and an examination of the neighborhood characteristics associated with different filling rates and trends.
Neighborhood data are critical for understanding local housing and demographic trends, identifying community needs, and informing policy conversations. The NYU Furman Center's New York City Neighborhood Data Profiles are a one-stop platform for viewing and downloading neighborhood indicators, providing an in-depth look at demographic, housing market, land use, and neighborhood services indicators for the city’s 59 community districts.
The NYU Furman Center's New York City Neighborhood Data Profiles supplement the State of New York City’s Housing and Neighborhoods report. Additional city, borough, and historical data can be found on CoreData.nyc.