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Table S-1: Income and Rent Distributions for Rent Stabilized Units*


 

Rent

$0-$499 $500 to $999 $1,000 to $1,499 $1,500 to $1,999 $2,000 to $2,499 $2,500+
Income
$0-9,999 108,699 115,918 6,092 3,033 537 849
$10,000-$24,999 92,078 148,681 9,578 1,990 716 715
$25,000-$49,999 66,054 199,537 19,356 6,757 1,253 1,679
$50,000-$74,999 24,102 81,988 17,948 5,078 1,751 1,111
$75,000-$99,999 5,282 24,305 10,856 3,086 1,404 1,078
$100,000-$124,999 2,517 11,512 4,670 4,442 1,469 886
$125,000-$149,999 1,230 3,571 2,516 1,677 924 511
$150,000-$174,999 190 578 1,669 740 703 181
$175,000-$199,999 0 537 350 344 0 0
$200,000-$224,999 0 553 157 184 367 211
$225,000-$249,999 0 160 0 181 352 356
$250,000+ 1,001 3,717 1,600 1,771 702 712


* Universe: All Rent Stabilized Units. Cells with small numbers should be interpreted with caution.

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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