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Pieds-à-Terres & Interpreting the Vacancy Rate

… the October 26, 2014, New York Times story Pied-à-Neighborhood states “In a three-block stretch of Midtown, from East 56th Street to East 59th Street, between Fifth Avenue and Park Avenue, 57 percent, or 285 of 496 apartments, including co-ops and condos, are vacant at least 10 months a year. 404 more words

2013 Demographic-Economic Characteristics of 2013 Vintage Metros

The good news is that for the first time, we now have extensive 2013 demographic-economic data for the 2013 vintage Core-Based Statistical Areas (2013 Metros… 373 more words

Little Guyana, an Indo-Guyanese enclave in Queens

Little Guyana, an Indo-Guyanese enclave in Queens

By Ray Cavanaugh October 9, 2014 – Washington Post

Nobody told me about Little Guyana, a mile-plus-long stretch in the… 216 more words

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Some Notes About New York from the American Community Survey

The 2013 data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey was been rolling out over the last few weeks, and I’m disappointed there hasn’t been more coverage. 2,557 more words

Transportation headlines, Wednesday, September 24

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Transportation Headlines

Demographic State of the States

In 2013, the state median age ranged from 30.2 (Utah) to 44.0 (Maine). The percent population 25 years and over who are college graduates ranged from 18.8% (West Virginia) to 55.1% (District of Columbia). 419 more words

Joint Statement from City-County Council President Maggie A. Lewis and Vice President John Barth on 2013 American Community Survey

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 18, 2014

Joint Statement from City-County Council President Maggie A. Lewis and Vice President John Barth on 2013 American Community Survey… 153 more words

Barth Policy Position