New York City has the highest number of vacant housing units per capita in the United States.
While the city is home to one of the country’s most affordable housing markets, there are a lot of vacant units in the city as well.
Many of the buildings have been vacated by people who have decided to sell their homes and move away.
One such building was demolished in the Bronx a few years ago, leaving a gaping hole in the neighborhood.
The city also lost nearly 3,000 housing units last year, according to new data from Real Estate Board of New York.
And the city’s vacancy rate is only expected to continue to rise, which is good news for renters and for those looking to save up for a home.