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New York City (NYC)
Housing

 
 

NYC has a population of over 8 million people that require different types of housing. An analysis of housing - how people live, ownership, financing, density of living, amenities and more - provides major insight into the quality of life within a community or city. This section quantifies many important aspects of housing arrangements that exist in a unique metropolitan landscape like NYC.

 
     
     
      Content:  
         
   
I.
Occupied Housing Units  
   
A.
By Year Structure Built  
   
B.
By Units in Structure  
   
C.
By Number of Rooms  
   
D.
By Vehicles Available  
   
E.
By Type of Heating Fuel  
   
F.
By Family Status  
   
G.
By Household Size  
   
H.
By Occupants Per Room  
   
I.
By Presence of Children  
   
J.
By Move Year  
   
K.
Selected Characteristics  
         
   
II.
Specified Owners  
   
A.
Occupied Units With a Mortgage  
   
B.
Occupied Units Without a Mortgage  
   
C.
By Mortgage Status and Monthly Owner Costs  
         

 

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