Tip: if you get no search results, try spelling out the street name and including the borough. E.g. instead of "50 Broad St" try "50 Broad Street Manhattan"

This layer shows the change in the percentage of rent stabilized units between 2007 and 2017. Properties appearing green gained stabilized units and properties appearing yellow, orange, or red lost units. Please note that properties can incorrectly appear to have lost or gained all of their stabilized units in that time due to an owner's failure to register. You can examine the year-by-year breakdown of stabilized units using the DAP Portal link in a property's pop-up window. Visit the tutorial page to learn more.

This layer shows the most recent sale since 1/1/07. Darker red indicates a higher sale price per unit. Click the (ACRIS) link for property documents and visit the tutorial page to learn more..

This layer shows the number of unique construction permits approved by the Department of Buildings (DOB) since 1/1/07, divided by the number of units in a building. Darker red indicates more total permits per unit. You can see detailed permit records he DAP Portal link in a property's pop-up window. Visit the tutorial page to learn more.

This layer shows the number of evictions executed by court-ordered marshals since 2017 divided by the number of units in a building. Darker red indicates more evictions per unit. Visit the tutorial page to learn more.

Risk Layers
  • Units Gained
  • Units Lost
  • Low $ Price
  • High $ Price
  • Few Permits
  • Many Permits
  • Few Evictions
  • Many Evictions

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Data included: 1/1/07 through 6/30/19
Map last updated: 10/18/19
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Welcome to the
Displacement Alert Project (DAP) Map!

DAP Map is a rich resource of more than a decade of key data on residential displacement in New York City. The map shows loss of rent-stabilized units, property sales, and construction permits going back to 2007, and evictions since 2017.

Each risk factor is its own layer, with properties color-coded by risk level. Click buttons on the right to change layers and click a property to view details. Find an address using the search button on the top left, or zoom to a geography using the drop-down options on the right.

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