The Department of Finance (DOF) maintains records for all property sales in New York City, including sales of family homes in each borough. This list is a summary of all neighborhood sales for Class 1-, 2- and 3-Family homes Citywide.
This list includes all sales of 1-, 2-, and 3-Family Homes', whose sale price is equal to or more than $150,000. The Building Class Category for Sales is based on the Building Class at the time of the sale.
The Social Indicators Report is an analysis of social conditions across New York City, including geographic and demographic breakdowns, changes over time, and the Mayor's plan for responding to problems highlighted in the report.
"The Social Indicators Report is an annual report published by the Mayor's Office of Operations to provide a statistical portrait of the City and to help guide the City's efforts to reduce disparities and advance equity. The Social Indicators Report data is compiled from agency requests and census data. The records in this dataset represent current conditions in our society in a number of domains (e.g. Education, Health) and for a variety of populations (e.g. Citywide, by Borough, Race/Ethnicity, Gender). This data can be used to get a clearer understanding of current conditions in New York City, and identifying unmet needs, and areas where progress is being made.
Local Law 177 requires the City to report data disaggregated by race, gender, income, and sexual orientation. This year's update meets that requirement wherever feasible. Data on sexual identity is not currently collected at the individual level for the indicators included in this update."
New York City data and trends for state assessment results of math test for grades 3 through 8. Data’s disaggregated by all students, ethnicity, economic status, gender, English language limited and students with disabilities.
Latest available data and trends in the state assessment results of English Language Arts for grades 3 through 8 by year and following categories (all students, ethnicity, econ_status, gender, Ever_ELL, students with disabilities).
Bids received in response to Competitive Sealed Bid (CSB) solicitations are opened publicly, at the time, date, and place designated in the Invitation for Bid (IFB). The name of each bidder, the bid price, and such other information as is deemed appropriate is read aloud or otherwise made available.
The bids are tabulated and made available for public inspection. The opened bids are made available for public inspection at a reasonable time after bid opening but in any case before vendor selection, except to the extent the bidder designates trade secrets or other proprietary data to be confidential.