The map isn't foolproof, because a timelag in data, for example, cites since demolished Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park sites--see arrow below for an example--as at risk.
- Is there a high rate of loss of rent-regulated tenants in the building?
- Do NYC Department of Buildings permits indicate a high rate of tenant turnover?
- Was the building sold for a price that might indicate a speculative investment strategy?
More than156,000 rent-regulated units were lost from 2007 to 2014, for reasons noted especially by ProPublica, as cited yesterday.
DNAinfo's coverage noted neighborhoods facing the most displacement included Bushwick, Ridgewood, Sunset Park, East Harlem, Astoria and the Upper West Side. Prospect Heights, perhaps, is significantly post-risk because many people are already gone.