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Location of federally subsidized properties and median rent by census tract, New York City

Location of federally subsidized properties and median rent by census tract

Source: National Housing Preservation Database, American Community Survey (via American Fact Finder)

Interpretation of NYC example

Federally subsidized units in New York City were clustered in the Bronx, northern Manhattan, and Brooklyn. Staten Island and Queens has the fewest federally subsidized properties. There are subsidized properties located in neighborhoods (census tracts) with median rents of more than $1,750 in parts of Manhattan and Brooklyn.

How to construct

This data is downloaded from National Housing Preservation Database. The data are available at the property level and can be queried and downloaded by geography. This figure shows the location of all properties in the database (the x,y coordinates are provided). The underlying census tract map showing median rent is described on the page Median Rent by Census Tract.

Figure notes

The federally subsidized properties are mapped using their x,y coordinates on a census tract map of New York City. The census tracts show median rent, see the page Median Rent by Census Tract.

 

 

See also:
Federally subsidized housing units by program, New York City
Federally subsidized housing units by expiration date, New York City
Index of real median gross rent and real median renter income, New York City

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