This year’s Focus explores the geography of new market-rate and income-restricted multifamily housing built over the last decade. It examines the number of completed market-rate and income-restricted units, as well as the level of income targeting, and the form of subsidy the units received. It also analyzes the characteristics of the neighborhoods where income-restricted and market-rate units were built, considers the relationship between new development and rezonings, and explores the extent to which new units were built in the floodplain.
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.