Civic Report
No. 34 March 2003


Who Really Benefits from New York City’s Rent Regulation System?

Table A-9: Deregulation of All Stabilized Units, Median Predicted Rent Changes and Number of Units Affected, Lower- And Mid-Manhattan

 

 

 

 

 

100% Deregulation

 

Total Number of Stabilized Units

Median Stabilized Rent

Median Subsidy

Subsidy as Percent of Rent, Median

 Median Rent Change from Deregulation

Median Percent Rent Change

Greenwich Village / Financial District

28,598

$956

$339

34%

$250

26%

Lower East Side / Chinatown

23,860

$682

*

*

*

*

Chelsea / Clinton / Midtown

33,061

$1000

$454

35%

$210

21%

Stuyvesant Town / Turtle Bay

42,997

$1050

$292

27%

$169

16%

Upper West Side

51,604

$875

$485

46%

$243

28%

Upper East Side

58,305

$1096

$418

38%

$211

19%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: * Effectively zero

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table A-10: Deregulation of All Stabilized Units, Median Predicted Rent Changes and Number of Units Affected, Queens

 

Total Number of Stabilized Units

Median Stabilized Rent

Median Subsidy

Subsidy as Percent of Rent, Median

100% Deregulation Median Rent Change from Deregulation

Median Percent Rent Change

Astoria / Jackson Heights / Sunnyside / Woodside

57,478

$700

$2

*

*

*

Elmhurst / Corona / Middle Village / Ridgewood / Forest Hills / Rego Park

59,803

$670

$13

2%

*

*

Flushing / Whitestone / Bayside / Little Neck / Bellerose / Rosedale / Hillcrest / Fresh Meadows / Kew Gardens / Woodhaven / Howard Beach / S. Ozone Park

63,210

$700

*

*

*

*

Jamaica / Rockaways

16,200

$646

*

*

*

*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: * Effectively Zero

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