Reference: NYU Furman Center Launches CoreData.nyc, a Hub for New York City’s Housing and Neighborhood Data
From the Furman Center (NYU):
Today, the NYU Furman Center announced the launch of CoreData.nyc, a new online hub for New York City housing and neighborhood data. CoreData.nyc standardizes datasets from a variety of city, state, and federal sources to present over 100 indicators describing New York City’s housing and neighborhoods. It is the city’s most comprehensive resource for property-level subsidized housing information.
CoreData.nyc is both an update and an expansion of the NYU Furman Center’s Subsidized Housing Information Project (SHIP), which launched in 2011. As with SHIP, CoreData.nyc allows users to search for currently subsidized properties in the city and identify properties at risk of exiting from affordability restrictions. CoreData.nyc also includes neighborhood-level information on housing markets, home affordability, land use, demographics, and neighborhood conditions.
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