The New York City Housing and Vacancy Survey (HVS) is the most comprehensive and reliable housing market survey conducted in any city in the United States. Housing New York City 2008 provides not only a critical snapshot of New York City’s housing market in 2008, but also, with data from HVS surveys since 1965, valuable insights into trends and changes in the City’s housing market over the last four decades. This comprehensive Report analyzes the City’s residential population and households, race/ethnicity, household composition and types, immigration, incomes and the labor market, education, homeownership, vacancies and vacancy rates, rent levels, affordability, housing and neighborhood conditions, crowding and doubling-up, including trends for the City and the 5 boroughs. Maps show local concentrations of population and housing characteristics by census tract. Detailed data is provided for each of 55 areas similar to Community Districts in 30 sub-borough tables.
The CD, in PDF, includes instant links to every chapter, section, table, figure, map and detailed technical document on content and procedures of the HVS. Includes 337 tables, 88 figures and 31 maps. Comes with a color wall map of the City showing Community Districts, Sub-Borough Areas and census tracts.
Useful to policy analysts, planners, scholars and researchers, real estate analysts, developers, service providers in private and non-profit organizations, government agencies and community groups.