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  • 1. We have begun collecting andanalyzing data on our region’shousing and neighborhoodconditions. Help us refine ouranalysis by letting us know if the datatells our region’s story…
  • 2. We have and continue to buildnew homes even as we shedpopulation.
  • 3. We have 55,000 more householdstoday than we did in 1970.
  • 4. But we’ve builtmore than150,000 newhomes.
  • 5. Primarily on land formerly undeveloped, anddisconnected to existing infrastructure 50+ new homes per sq. mile since 1990
  • 6. Abandonment has left a glut ofvacancies, spawning out from ourcentral cities and into our firstring suburbs.
  • 7. In 1970 there were 15,214 vacant dwellings 50+ vacant units per sq. mile
  • 8. In 2010 there were 45,475 vacant dwellings Vacant dwellings more than tripled in 40 years. 50+ vacant units per sq. mile
  • 9. The homes we build today don’tmatch our changing households.
  • 10. From 2001 to 2011,75% of building permitswere for single family homes.
  • 11. In 2010,28% of our householdswere households with children.
  • 12. Age Composition of Buffalo Niagara Population30% 65 and older25% 55 - 6420%15%10%5%0% 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010
  • 13. Our homes andhouseholds are isolatedfrom opportunities.
  • 14. We are one of the most segregatedmetropolitan regions in the nation. Racial Concentrations 2010Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau (2010)
  • 15. Households without a vehicle 13% 9% Buffalo Niagara US
  • 16. Are these data telling thestory of our region’shousing and neighborhoodconditions?