Urban Action Agenda: 25 Housing Profiles
In September, 2018, Pattern released the first edition of Housing Profiles for all 25 UAA communities. The Housing Profiles take a deep dive into rental and owner-occupied housing by providing analysis of affordability, existing conditions, and demographic changes. Shining a spotlight on housing in these 25 communities represents the next step in the UAA’s efforts to provide useful data to policymakers, residents, and business and community groups.
Bringing together data from a variety of sources in order to tell a compelling story about housing conditions and trends within each community, the profiles use charts, graphs, maps, and analysis to display information about population and demographic changes, home values, median rents, housing affordability, gentrification, public and affordable housing projects, and much more.
Funding for the housing profiles comes from Empire State Development and the NYS Department of State through the Mid-Hudson Regional Economic Development Council.
If you found these Housing Profiles useful, don’t forget to check out Pattern’s 2018 Community Profiles for the same 25 UAA communities.