1. 2012 new housing starts is used to develop the capacity recommenation for the Proposed November 2010 Amendment.
2. Information on new housing starts is provided by Department of City Planning, Department of Buildings and Department of House Preservation and Development. New housing units include all projects that are either in process or scheduled to be constructed over the next five or ten years.
Pupil contribution is estimated using the updated Projected Public School Ratio. The updated Projected Public School Ratio is developed utlizing the 2000 Census Data - Public Use Microdata Sample (5%). Ratios are calculated based on information for housing units built from 1990 to March
2000. Projected Public School Ratio will be incorporated in the City Enviornmental Quality Review manual.
The 2016 Income & Expense Study analyzes the cost of operating and maintaining rental housing, examing the conditions that existed in New York's rent stabilized housing market in 2013, the year for which the most recent data is available, and also the extent by which these conditions changed from 2012.
The 2016 Income and Affordability Study reports on housing affordability and tenant income in New York City's rental market. The study highlights year-to-year changes in many of the major economic factors affecting New York City's tenant population and takes into consideration a broad range of market forces and public policies affecting housing affordability.
The 2016 Price Index of Operating Costs (PIOC) study measures the price change in a market basket of goods and services used in the operation and maintenance of rent stabilized apartment buildings in New York City.
The 2016 Housing Supply Report examines changes in the overall supply of housing in NYC during the prior year, looking at factors that include the number of permits issued for new dwelling units and the number of completed housing units.