Unadjusted decennial census data from 1950-2000 and projected figures from 2010-2040: summary table of New York City population numbers and percentage share by Borough, including school-age (5 to 17), 65 and Over, and total population.
data: Boundaries of Neighborhood Tabulation Areas as created by the NYC Department of City Planning using whole census tracts from the 2010 Census as building blocks. These aggregations of census tracts are subsets of New York City's 55 Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMAs).
Population Numbers By New York City Neighborhood Tabulation Areas
The data was collected from Census Bureaus' Decennial data dissemination (SF1).
Neighborhood Tabulation Areas (NTAs), are aggregations of census tracts that are subsets of New York City's 55 Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints, NTA boundaries and their associated names may not definitively represent neighborhoods.
This report shows change in population from 2000 to 2010 for each NTA.
Compiled by the Population Division – New York City Department of City Planning.
GIS data: This data set consists of 6 classes of zoning features: zoning districts, special purpose districts, special purpose district subdistricts, limited height districts, commercial overlay districts, and zoning map amendments.
Selected demographic, social, economic, and housing estimates data by community district/PUMA (Public Use Micro Data Sample Area). Three year estimates of population data from the Census Bureau's American Community Survey
The Zoning Tax Lot Database is a comma–separated values (CSV) file format that contains up-to-date zoning by parcel. The Database includes the zoning designations and zoning map associated with a specific tax block and lot. The Database is updated on a monthly basis to reflect rezoning and corrections to the file.
The PAD (Property Address Directory) file contains additional geographic information at the tax lot level not found in the PLUTO files. This data includes alias addresses and Building Identification Numbers (BINs). It consists of two ASCII, comma delimited files: a tax lot file and an address file.
Note To Users: A new field (ZIP Code) has been added to the bobaadrx (Address) file. Please check your procedures to make sure this does not cause any problems. For earlier versions, see PAD releases on the BYTES of the BIG APPLE archive page.
The City Planning Facilities Database (FacDB) aggregates information about 35,000+ public and private facilities and program sites that are owned, operated, funded, licensed or certified by a City, State, or Federal agency in the City of New York. It captures facilities that generally help to shape quality of life in the city’s neighborhoods, including schools, day cares, parks, libraries, public safety services, youth programs, community centers, health clinics, workforce development programs, transitional housing, and solid waste and transportation infrastructure sites. To facilitate analysis and mapping, the data is available in coma-separated values (CSV) file format, ESRI Shapefile, and GeoJSon. The data is also complemented with a new interactive web map that enables users to easily filter the data for their needs. Users are strongly encouraged to read the database documentation, particularly with regard to analytical limitations.
GIS data: A single line street base map representing the city's streets and other linear geographic features, along with feature names and address ranges for each addressable street segment. This dataset includes the Nodes file. The Nodes file contains a point feature and unique NodeID for each node that exists in the LION file. The Node_StreetName.txt file lists the street names associated with those nodes. Most nodes, representing intersections, will have at least 2 street names associated in the Node_StreetName.txt file
Extensive land use and geographic data at the tax lot level in GIS format (ESRI Shapefile). Contains more than seventy fields derived from data maintained by city agencies, merged with tax lot features from the Department of Finance’s Digital Tax Map, clipped to the shoreline.