Crystal Hudson

District 35

Downtown Brooklyn-DUMBO-Boerum Hill, Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Bedford-Stuyvesant (West), Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Crown Heights (North), Crown Heights (South), Prospect Lefferts Gardens-Wingate, Prospect Park

Who lives in District 35?

District 35
Citywide

Racial Diversity Index

Less Diverse

More Diverse

Demographics
District 35
Citywide
Seniors – 65 and Older
13.1%
15.5%
Families with Children
19.2%
23.7%
Median Household Income
$94,663
$63,998
People Living Below Poverty Level
16.1%
17.2%

What are the housing needs in District 35?

Housing Need
District 35
Citywide | Avg Per District
Rental Vacancy Rate
2.9%
3.6%
Rent Burdened Households
44.6%
49.6%
      Severely Rent Burdened Households
22.2%
26.8%
Expiring affordable units 2024 – 2028
4,284
1,167
Percent Overcrowded
3.6%
5.3%
Code Violations per 100 units
27.3
22.8
NYCHA Capital Needs
$2,466,299,327
$1,554,897,315
Households Entering DHS Homeless Shelters

What is the housing stock in District 35?

Housing Stock
District 35
Citywide | Avg Per District
NYCHA Units
5,189
3,206
Section 8 Units
1,853
3,149
Density: PPL Per Acre
94.5
44.7
Percent Homeowners
24.3%
32.9%
Percent Renters
75.7%
67.1%
Rent Regulated Units
12,100
18,837
Units in 1-4 Family Homes
25.1%
38.0%
Units in 5-19 Unit Buildings
21.3%
13.1%
Units in 20+ Unit Buildings
53.4%
48.7%
Housing Production
District 35
Citywide Average
Housing Units in 2022
82,106
72,381
New Housing Units in 2023
11,215
587
Housing Units in 2023
83,822
72,968
Increase in 2023
2.05%
0.79%

Ranked 8

in affordable housing

What affordable housing is being produced

Affordable housing construction in district compared to Citywide average: 2014 - 2023

211

338

302

195

1,591

623

256

95

1,510

279

Affordable housing preserved in district: 2014 - 2023

351

380

1,307

1,072

1,413

947

559

170

56

191

Total affordable housing production in district: 2014 - 2023

562

718

1,609

1,268

3,004

1,570

815

265

1,566

470

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  • 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East
  • 400 Foundation
  • AARP
  • ANHD
  • Ascendant Neighborhood Development Corporation
  • Bank of America
  • Breaking Ground
  • CAMBA
  • Chase
  • Center for NYC Neighborhoods
  • Chhaya
  • Citi Community Development
  • Citizens Housing & Planning Council
  • Citizens’ Committee for Children
  • Coalition for the Homeless
  • Community League of the Heights (CLOTH)
  • Community Voices Heard
  • CPC
  • CSH
  • Community Service Society of NY
  • Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation
  • Designing the WE
  • Dunn Development
  • Enterprise Community Partners Inc.
  • Fair Housing Justice Center
  • Fifth Avenue Committee
  • Fortune Society
  • FPWA
  • FUREE
  • Gateway Housing
  • Goddard Riverside
  • Goldstein Hall
  • GOLES
  • Gotham Organization
  • Habitat NYC
  • HELP USA
  • Homeless Services United
  • HOPE Communities Inc
  • Housing Justice for All
  • Human.nyc 
  • Human Services Council
  • IMPACCT-Brooklyn
  • Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing
  • JobsFirstNYC
  • Legal Aid NYC
  • LIIF
  • LISC
  • LiveOn
  • Los Sures (Southside United HDFC)
  • MBD Community Housing Corp.
  • MHANY
  • Midtown South Community Council
  • Monadnock Development
  • Neighborhood Housing Services NYC
  • Neighborhood Restore
  • New Destiny Housing
  • New York Building Congress
  • New York Housing Conference
  • NYSAFAH
  • New York State Council of Churches
  • NYU School of Medicine
  • Open New York
  • Osborne Association
  • Partners for Dignity and Rights
  • Partnership for Faith-Based Affordable Housing and Community Development
  • Phipps Houses
  • Project Hospitality
  • REBNY
  • Red Hook Initiative
  • Regional Planning Association
  • Related Companies
  • Right to Counsel
  • Riseboro
  • Robin Hood Foundation
  • Rockabill Development
  • RxHome
  • Services for the UnderServed Inc. (S:US)
  • Settlement Housing Fund
  • Shams DaBaron, Advocate
  • Single Stop USA
  • SKA Marin
  • SMJ Development
  • Supportive Housing Network of New York
  • Sunnyside Community Services
  • The Samuels Group
  • Trinity Church Wall Street
  • UHAB
  • United Neighborhood Houses
  • University Neighborhood Housing Program
  • Vera Institute
  • WE ACT
  • WIN NYC
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