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2008 New York City Housing and Vacancy Survey

VACANT-FOR-RENT Housing units, Tables by Variable Type

Please read the Cautionary Notes about the 2008 HVS

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Apartment Characteristics

  • Duration of Vacancy [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Floor Where Unit is Located [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Monthly Asking Rent [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Number of Bedrooms [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Number of Rooms [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Presence of Kitchen Facilities [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Presence of Plumbing Facilities [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Wheelchair Accessibility - Residential Unit Entrance [.xls] [.pdf]

Area Characteristics

  • Borough [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Buildings with Broken/Boarded Windows on Street (Observation) [.xls] [.pdf]

Building Characteristics

  • Access from Sidewalk to Elevator Without Using Stairs [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Access from Sidewalk to Unit Without Using Stairs [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Co-op/Condominium Status of Building [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Condition of Building [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Condition of External Walls of Building [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Condition of Floors of Building [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Condition of Stairways of Building [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Condition of Windows of Building [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Co-op/Condo Status of Building Development [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Elevator in Building [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Number of Building Condition Problems [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Number of Stories in Building [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Number of Units in Building [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Presence of Owner in Building [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Structure Classification [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Type of Heating Fuel [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Wheelchair Accessibility - Building Entrance [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Wheelchair Accessibility - Elevator [.xls] [.pdf]
  • Year Building Built [.xls] [.pdf]

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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