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A new online portal offering information on New York City’s housing market has been launched by the Furman Center at New York University (NYU).
The CoreData.nyc site, which is available for free use, is designed to standardize datasets from a variety of city, state, and federal sources to present over 100 indicators highlighting New York’s housing environment. The portal, which is an update and expansion on the Furman Center’s five-year-old Subsidized Housing Information Project (SHIP), allows users to research currently subsidized properties in the city and identify properties at risk of exiting from affordability restrictions. CoreData.nyc also provides the latest data on the housing markets within the city’s diverse communities, along with information on home affordability, land use, demographics, and neighborhood conditions.
“We are excited to launch this tool that makes important data about the city’s subsidized housing and neighborhoods available and easy to explore and use for the public,” said Jessica Yager, Executive Director of the NYU Furman Center. “CoreData.nyc would not be possible without the support of New York City Council, as well as the partnership of our many data providers in city, state, and federal government.”