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Housing and Vacancy Survey

 

Table 2
Rental Housing Inventory by Rent Regulation Status
New York City, 1996 and 1999

 

1996

1999

Percent Change
1996-1999

Total rental units
(occupied and vacant available)

2,027,421

2,017,701

-0.5%

Rent controlled

70,572

52,562

-25.5

Rent stabilized

1,052,300

1,046,377

-0.6

  Pre-1947 stabilized

763,956

769,079

+0.7

  Post-1947 stabilized

288,344

277,298

-3.8

Private nonregulated(a)

575,666

602,861

+4.7

All other renter units(b)

328,883

315,901

-3.9

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Sources: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1996 and 1999 New York City Housing and Vacancy Surveys.

Notes:

(a) "Private nonregulated" consists of units which were never rent controlled or rent stabilized, units which were decontrolled, including those in buildings with five or fewer units, and unregulated rentals in cooperative or condominium buildings.

(b) Includes Public Housing, Mitchell-Lama, In Rem, HUD regulated, Article 4, Loft Board.

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Table 3 Table 10
Table 4 Table 11
Table 5 Table 12
Table 6 Table 13
Table 7 Table 14

 

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