Introducing New York City Neighborhood Data Profiles

Data Updates | June 30th 2017

The NYU Furman Center is pleased to introduce New York City Neighborhood Data Profiles, a one-stop platform for viewing and downloading neighborhood housing and demographic data. This new web-based resource provides an in-depth look at demographic, housing market, land use, and neighborhood services indicators for the city’s 59 Community Districts.

Neighborhood data is 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 can be used to explore changing housing and demographic trends in New York City neighborhoods. All data, including historical data and city- and borough-level data, is now available online and can be downloaded for additional analysis.

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

WEBINAR TRAINING: NYU Furman Center researchers will host a free webinar training on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. EDT, titled, “New York City Neighborhood Data 101." This free training will review how to use data to describe neighborhood housing and demographic trends, including tips and tricks on how to use rankings, comparisons, and changes over time to identify and describe potential community needs. Register now >>

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