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PUMA 4109

PUMA 4109

Sunnyside & Woodside

Approx. Queens CD 2

Demographic Conditions
Household Economic Security
Housing Affordability, Quality, and Security
Housing Production
Quality of Life and Access to Opportunity
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Sunnyside & Woodside
PUMA 4109 - Approx. Queens CD 2

Housing Production: Sunnyside & Woodside

*Racial breakdowns are not available for Housing Production.

Change in Housing Units 2010 - 2020

Table 4.01.T

NYC DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING HOUSING DATABASE, 2020 Q4

datanumberpercent
Net change14,50026.3%
New building14,26625.9%
Alterations that increase units5731.0%
Alterations that decrease units-32-0.1%
Demolitions-307-0.6%

Units With Regulatory Agreements Since 2014 By Area Median Income (AMI) Band

Table 4.02.T

NYC HOUSING PRESERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT, 2021

datanew constructionpreservation
numbernumber
Total2,145978
Extremely low-income (0-30% AMI)660
Very low-income (31-50% AMI)284393
Low-income (51-80% AMI)455585
Moderate-income (81-120% AMI)2920
Middle-income (121-165% AMI)1,0450
High-income (166% or higher AMI)00

Area Within A Historic District

Table 4.03.T

HISTORIC DISTRICTS - OPEN DATA

datanumberpercent
Total square miles within the PUMA6.0100.0%
Square miles of historic districts0.11.5%