The number of available apartments for low- and middle- income New Yorkers reached a 30-year low in 2021, according to the results of a vacancy survey used to determine whether rent stabilization laws will remain in place in the five boroughs.
More than 17,000 Hispanic residents left Washington Heights and Inwood between 2010 and 2020, while a total of 4,824 white residents moved into both neighborhoods during the same period, El Diario reports.
NY’s Undocumented Saw Better Access to Healthcare, Education and Wealth in Last Decade, New Data Finds
The undocumented population overall also declined in both the city and state, from almost one million (916,611 persons) across the state in 2010 to 641,683 two years ago, a reduction of almost 30 percent.
‘When vulnerable populations were reluctant to participate in the census, the city and state spent tens of millions of dollars on public outreach and education. They should use the same playbook now to fund initiatives that disseminate information about vaccine efficacy and safety.’
‘It’s a big question-mark whether or not the city will get this right.’
Census data show just how many immigrant New Yorkers—and how many New York neighborhoods—could be harmed if the proposed ‘public charge’ rule is adopted.
‘It is no surprise that members of immigrant and other marginalized communities will not be eager to reveal their citizenship status to government workers knocking on their doors.’
A new online tool from the Department of City Planning lets you dig deep into the demographics of your borough and your block.
At a City Council hearing on Monday, advocates evaluated new census data on the city’s housing emergency.