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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 Affordability, Quality, and Security: Sunnyside & Woodside

Housing Tenure

Table 3.01.T

CENSUS PUMS, 2000

datanumberpercent
Occupied housing units49,281100.0%
Owner-occupied12,89926.2%
Renter-occupied36,38273.8%

ACS PUMS, 2008-2012

datanumberpercent
Occupied housing units51,040100.0%
Owner-occupied13,45126.4%
Renter-occupied37,58973.6%

ACS PUMS, 2015-2019

datanumberpercent
Occupied housing units53,751100.0%
Owner-occupied15,30328.5%
Renter-occupied38,44871.5%

Median Home Value (2019 Dollars)

Table 3.02.T

ACS PUMS, 2008-2012

datanumber
Owner-occupied units13,451
Median Home Value (Dollars)545,467

ACS PUMS, 2015-2019

datanumber
Owner-occupied units15,303
Median Home Value (Dollars)577,188

Median Gross Rent (2019 dollars)

Table 3.03.T

ACS PUMS, 2008-2012

datanumber
Occupied units paying rent36,929
Median gross rent (dollars)1,493

ACS PUMS, 2015-2019

datanumber
Occupied units paying rent37,037
Median gross rent (dollars)1,738

Gross Rent as a Percentage of Household Income (GRAPI)

Table 3.04.T

ACS PUMS, 2008-2012

datanumberpercent
Occupied units paying rent (excluding units where GRAPI cannot be computed)36,045100.0%
30.0 percent or more (rent-burdened)18,19950.5%
50.0 percent or more (severely rent-burdened)9,35526.0%

ACS PUMS, 2015-2019

datanumberpercent
Occupied units paying rent (excluding units where GRAPI cannot be computed)36,375100.0%
30.0 percent or more (rent-burdened)18,27150.2%
50.0 percent or more (severely rent-burdened)7,87921.7%

Rental Units Affordable To Households By Area Median Income (AMI) Band

Table 3.06.T

ACS PUMS, 2015-2019

datanumberpercent
Occupied units paying rent37,037100.0%
Extremely low-income (0-30% AMI)7141.9%
Very low-income (31-50% AMI)2,5997.0%
Low-income (51-80% AMI)13,27735.8%
Moderate-income (81-120% AMI)13,93637.6%
Middle-income (121-165% AMI)4,02810.9%
High-income (166% or higher AMI)2,4836.7%

Rent Stabilized Housing

Table 3.05.T

NYC HOUSING AND VACANCY SURVEY, 2017

datanumberpercent
Occupied rental units35,341100.0%
Rent stabilized units18,64936.7%

Housing Maintenance Deficiencies

Table 3.07.T

NYC HOUSING AND VACANCY SURVEY, 2017

datanumberpercent
Occupied housing units50,871100.0%
Units with 3 or more maintenance deficiencies4,2458.9%

Overcrowding

Table 3.08.T

ACS PUMS, 2008-2012

datanumberpercent
Occupied housing units51,040100.0%
Overcrowded units (> 1 person per room)6,25612.3%

ACS PUMS, 2015-2019

datanumberpercent
Occupied housing units53,751100.0%
Overcrowded units (> 1 person per room)6,17011.5%

Residential Evictions

Table 3.09.T

NYC DEPARTMENT OF INVESTIGATION, 2017-2019

datanumber
Occupied housing units50,871
Residential evictions executed by a city marshal512

Number of Individuals in Shelter System by Last Address

Table 3.10.T

NYC DEPARTMENT OF HOMELESS SERVICES, 2018

datanumber
Total number of individuals in DHS shelter system whose last address was in this area269

NYC DEPARTMENT OF HOMELESS SERVICES, 2020

datanumber
Total number of individuals in DHS shelter system whose last address was in this area376

Income-restricted Housing

Table 3.11.T

NYC Housing Authority, 2022; NYC Housing Preservation and Development, 2022

datanumber
NYCHA units0
Units with regulatory agreements since 20143,245

Population In NYC Housing Authority Housing

Table 3.12.T

NYC HOUSING AUTHORITY, 2022

datanumberpercent
Total population162,153100.0%
NYC Housing Authority tenants00.0%

Housing Lottery Applications

Table 3.13.T

NYC HOUSING CONNECT 2014-2020

datanumberpercent
Total housing lottery applications225,201100.0%

Housing Lottery Leases

Table 3.14.T

NYC HOUSING CONNECT 2014-2020

datanumberpercent
Total signed leasesData are not available by Community District