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Socioeconomic & Housing

Affordable Housing Production in Inclusionary Housing designated areas, 2005-2013: A summary of the Inclusionary Housing program’s performance to date with respect to its objective of creating and preserving affordable housing in conjunction with new development in recently rezoned areas.

Going to Market: New York City's Neighborhood Grocery Store and Supermarket Shortage: A Citywide assessment of supermarket access at the neighborhood level. A Supermarket Access Index was created to evaluate key health and economic development factors that are interrelated to residents' local access to supermarkets.

New York City Public Schools: Demographic and Enrollment Trends 1990-2002, five borough reports focusing on demographic, enrollment and school utilization trends at the citywide, borough and school district level, including maps of existing and planned elementary, intermediate and high schools, 2003.

Consolidated Plan -- The City of New York's annual application to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the Office of Community Planning and Development's four entitlement programs.

Community Development Block Grant -- Maps and Census Tract Reports

2010 Census profiles, briefs, tables and maps of the population of New York City and its 59 community districts.

Manufacturing Districts: an overview of changes to manufacturing districts from January 1, 2002 to January 1, 2012 that includes maps and tables.

Other Facts and Figures about New York City can be found in publications available in the Department of City Planning Map and Bookstore.


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