Showing entries tagged with: bip

July 19, 2018

Looking Back and Thinking Forward: Community Reinvestment Act at 40

by UNHP
On June 28th, 2018, UNHP hosted a well-attended forum on the 40th anniversary of the passage of the Community […]
May 24, 2017

Is the Bronx Building? Look for Yourself // Views from the Northwest Bronx

by UNHP
This post is part of a series aimed at framing an inclusive and informed discussion on issues affecting […]
May 10, 2017

6.2M BIP Data Points; More Needed to Improve NYC Rental Housing // Views from the Northwest Bronx

by UNHP
This post is part of a series aimed at framing an inclusive and informed discussion on issues affecting […]
March 25, 2016

How Much is your Data Worth?

by UNHP
​Data is currency; it has an economic worth that can be purchased, traded and leveraged. Individuals and entities […]
March 11, 2016

Community Groups “Excel” at Manipulating Housing Data

by UNHP
Fourteen individuals from eleven NYC community groups joined UNHP and Research Specialist, Joseph Contreras in the Enterprise Heiskell Computer Lab […]
March 8, 2016

Multifamily Lenders Gather to Review Distressed Properties and Rising Sales Prices

by UNHP
On February 23, lenders, non-profit, for-profit and HPD representatives squeezed into the conference room at the offices of Enterprise Community Partners to […]
September 24, 2015

UNHP’s BIP Can Reveal the History of NYC Apartment Buildings

by UNHP
As part of our work to preserve affordable housing, UNHP developed the Building Indicator Project (BIP), a database that […]

Data, Data – Get Your Free NYC Data Here!

by UNHP
The ubiquitous nature of data is undeniable—it is everywhere. We all use data to inform our decision-making, assigning […]

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BIP, Data, OpenData
March 9, 2015

Housing as Home and Commodity: Part 1

by UNHP
Housing, especially rental housing in New York City, exists with two main purposes: to provide homes for people […]

Housing as Home and Commodity: Part 2

by UNHP
Housing, especially rental housing in New York City, exists with two purposes: to provide homes for people and […]

“UNHP has emerged as a thought leader on multi-family housing distress-a key issue facing all boroughs of New York City.”

— Rafael E. Cestero - President Community Preservation Corporation and former NYC Housing Commissioner