How is Affordable Housing Threatened in Your Neighborhood? 2019

ANHD produces this user-friendly chart annually to highlight a variety of risk indicators to affordable housing occurring at the community-district level. This year, we found a shocking number of New Yorkers are rent burdened, severe overcrowding is a persistent problem, and some neighborhoods are suffering from high concentrations of housing code violations, rising building prices, and home foreclosures.

ANHD hopes this information helps community groups and policy makers to develop effective strategies to address the affordable housing crisis.

How is Affordable Housing Threatened in Your Neighborhood? 2018

Every year, ANHD collects a variety of indicators of key threats to affordable housing in the city that illustrate issues and patterns that are specific to each community district, as well as the city as a whole. Neighborhood-level statistics help community groups and policy makers develop effective strategies to address the affordable housing crisis comprehensively.

This year’s housing risk chart shows displacement is a growing crisis for New Yorkers as more and more communities confront this rising threat.

How is Affordable Housing Threatened in Your Neighborhood? 2013

ANHD’s annual community-by-community listing of threatened affordable housing units.

How is Affordable Housing Threatened in Your Neighborhood? 2014

ANHD’s annual community-by-community listing of threatened affordable housing units

Does Your District Have a Comprehensive Housing Preservation Plan?

A breakdown of the impact of City Council funded neighborhood housing preservation programs.

How is Affordable Housing Threatened in Your Neighborhood? 2015

The affordable housing risk chart is released each year with a variety of indicators of key threats to affordable housing in our city, laid-out at a neighborhood-by-neighborhood level in a user-friendly visual format.

Rent Laws & 421a Developer’s Tax Break Legislation: A Side-by-Side Comparison

ANHD finds that the State Assembly proposal from Assembly Man / Housing Chair Keith Wright’s office offers the best plan for affordable housing for low AMI New Yorkers. 

 

421A Developer’s Tax Break: June 2015 Albany Reforms

ANHD analyzes what Albany’s decision on the 421a Tax Break means for affordable housing production in 2015/16, particularly for housing New York’s lowest income residents.

What Does Your Neighborhood Economy Look Like?: Equitable Economic Development Indicators

ANHD’s latest research chart gives poverty indicators for each of New York neighborhoods.

Mandatory Inclusionary Housing: ANHD Charts the City’s Proposal

ANHD’s quick scan graphic of NYC’s new MIH proposal.