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Table 6: Vacant Units and Vacancy Rates by Sub-tenure, 1993 and 1996


Vacant Units Available for Rent Vacant Units Available for Rent Net Vacancy Rate

Net Vacancy Rate

1993 1996 1993 1996
Sub-tenure        
Rent Controlled 0 (0.0%) 0 (0.0%) 0.00% 0.00%
Rent Stabilized 34,071 (48.4%) 37,549 (46.2%) 3.36% 3.57%
Other Regulated 2,900 (4.1%) 4,575 (5.6%) 2.09% 3.48%
Unregulated 29,465 (41.9%) 30,468 (37.5%) 5.07% 5.29%
Public Housing 1,801 (2.6%) 6,450 (7.9%) 1.03% 3.75%
In Rem Housing 2,108 (3.0%) 2,214 (2.7%) 5.79% 8.78%
All Rental Units

70,345

(100.0%)

81,256

(100.0%)

3.44% 4.01%
Conventional 6,590 (32.1%) 12,014 (50.9%) 1.21% 2.21%
Coops/Condos 11,604 (56.5%) 9,441 (40.0%) 4.86% 3.93%
Mitchell-Lama 2,328 (11.3%) 2,127 (9.0%) 5.30% 4.20%
All Owner Units

20,522

(100.0%)

23,582

(100.0%)

2.48% 2.75%


From: Housing Conditions and Problems In New York City: An Analysis of the 1996 Housing and Vacancy Survey by Michael H. Schill and Benjamin P. Scafidi

Source: 1996 New York City Housing and Vacancy Survey Data File, U.S. Bureau of the Census

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