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The annual change in GDP of New York Metro Area (NY-NJ-PA) was 102.52% in 2017.
Real (inflation adjusted) GDP per Capita over time.
Change in GDP
Annual change in real GDP.
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a measure of the value of all goods and services produced in a region minus the value of the goods and services used up in production. Real GDP is adjusted for changes in the value of money (inflation and deflation) so that values can be compared between years. Data is available for U.S. states and metropolitan areas.
Economy and Gross Domestic Product Datasets Involving New York Metro Area (NY-NJ-PA)
- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2019-02-20T22:15:11.000Z
The Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) reports on buildings, units, and projects that began after January 1, 2014 and are counted towards the Housing New York plan. The Housing New York Units by Building file presents this data by building, and includes building-level data, such as house number, street name, BBL, and BIN for each building in a project. The unit counts are provided by building. For additional documentation, including a data dictionary, review the attachments in the “About this Dataset” section of the Primer landing page.
- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2019-03-23T18:46:24.000Z
The dataset contains every sustained or not yet adjudicated violation citation from every full or special program inspection conducted up to three years prior to the most recent inspection for restaurants and college cafeterias in an active status on the RECORD DATE (date of the data pull). When an inspection results in more than one violation, values for associated fields are repeated for each additional violation record. Establishments are uniquely identified by their CAMIS (record ID) number. Keep in mind that thousands of restaurants start business and go out of business every year; only restaurants in an active status are included in the dataset. Records are also included for each restaurant that has applied for a permit but has not yet been inspected and for inspections resulting in no violations. Establishments with inspection date of 1/1/1900 are new establishments that have not yet received an inspection. Restaurants that received no violations are represented by a single row and coded as having no violations using the ACTION field. Because this dataset is compiled from several large administrative data systems, it contains some illogical values that could be a result of data entry or transfer errors. Data may also be missing. This dataset and the information on the Health Department’s Restaurant Grading website come from the same data source. The Health Department’s Restaurant Grading website is here: http://www1.nyc.gov/site/doh/services/restaurant-grades.page See the data dictionary file in the Attachments section of the OpenData website for a summary of data fields and allowable values.
- API data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-11-29T15:49:08.000Z
This data set includes historical receipt actuals data beginning fiscal year 1991-92 for the General Fund and All Governmental Funds.
- API data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-07T21:53:21.000Z
The New York State Canal System is a 524 mile inland waterway that includes 125 public access points for placing a boat into the water, 74 of which are ramps for trailer-able boats. Information provided in this data set includes the name of the facility, the type of launch, if overnight parking of tow vehicles is permitted, and specific location by mileage along the canal, shore, and geographic coordinates.
- API data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-07T22:28:42.000Z
The Career Centers data set houses the Division’s information for customers on all of the Career Centers across the state.
- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2018-09-10T19:23:23.000Z
Patient satisfaction at HHC hospitals is measured by a standardized survey known as the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers & Systems (HCAHPS). The survey has been validated by the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) as a standard assessment tool for all hospitals throughout the nation. This data shows patient satisfaction scores in HHC hospitals. Update Frequency: Annually
- API data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2019-03-23T19:54:26.000Z
Information on City Store – the Official Story of the City of New York
- API data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2019-03-23T23:08:12.000Z
The dataset shows status information for: • Chemical Bulk Storage (CBS) Facilities pursuant to the Hazardous Substance Bulk Storage Law, Article 40 of ECL; and 6 NYCRR 596-599. • Major Oil Storage Facilities (MOSF) pursuant to Article 12 of the Navigation Law and 6 NYCRR Part 610 • Petroleum Bulk Storage (PBS) Facilities registered pursuant to title 10 of Article 17 and 6 NYCRR Part 613. Information may include: Program Number; Program Type; Site Type Name; Program Facility Name; Address; Locality; County; NYSDEC Region; Tank Number; Tank Location; Tank Status; Install Date; Capacity in Gallons; Tank Type; Close Date; Material Name (of substance in tank); Percent (of material in tank - if hazardous substance - CBS tanks only); Expiration Date; (of license or registration); Site Status Name; UTMX and UTMY location coordinates.
- API data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2019-03-06T23:00:27.000Z
The New York Power Authority is America's largest state power organization, with 16 generating facilities and more than 1,400 circuit-miles of transmission lines.The data provided includes megawatt-hours produced net of station service by each NYPA facility.
- API data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-07T23:44:35.000Z
Listing of SONYMA target areas by US Census Bureau Census Tract or Block Numbering Area (BNA). The State of New York Mortgage Agency (SONYMA) targets specific areas designated as ‘areas of chronic economic distress’ for its homeownership lending programs. Each state designates ‘areas of chronic economic distress’ with the approval of the US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). SONYMA identifies its target areas using US Census Bureau census tracts and block numbering areas. Both census tracts and block numbering areas subdivide individual counties. SONYMA also relates each of its single-family mortgages to a specific census tract or block numbering area. New York State identifies ‘areas of chronic economic distress’ using census tract numbers. 26 US Code § 143 (current through Pub. L. 114-38) defines the criteria that the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development uses in approving designations of ‘areas of chronic economic distress’ as: i) the condition of the housing stock, including the age of the housing and the number of abandoned and substandard residential units, (ii) the need of area residents for owner-financing under this section, as indicated by low per capita income, a high percentage of families in poverty, a high number of welfare recipients, and high unemployment rates, (iii) the potential for use of owner-financing under this section to improve housing conditions in the area, and (iv) the existence of a housing assistance plan which provides a displacement program and a public improvements and services program. The US Census Bureau’s decennial census last took place in 2010 and will take place again in 2020. While the state designates ‘areas of chronic economic distress,’ the US Department of Housing and Urban Development must approve the designation. The designation takes place after the decennial census.