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Sep 30, 2016

September Update on One Host, One Home: New York City

As part of our commitment to transparency in New York and part of our community compact, we are releasing updated data on our One Host, One Home policy. This covers the time period between September 1, 2015 and September 1, 2016. Some key facts include: 95 percent of Airbnb hosts who share an entire home Read more

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Sep 30, 2016

Commemorating the First Annual New York Host Day: a Visual Album

Earlier this month, the Airbnb New York Public Policy and Community teams collaborated on our largest host gathering yet: New York Host Day, a celebration of our New York host community. Over 200 hosts from across the state attended the day long summit where they learned about the latest public policy updates, led and attended Read more

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Sep 30, 2016

New York Host Day Gallery

Earlier this month, the Airbnb New York Public Policy and Community teams collaborated on our largest host gathering yet: New York Host Day, a celebration of our New York host community. Over 200 hosts from across the state attended the day long summit where they learned about the latest public policy updates, led and attended Read more

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Sep 7, 2016

Important Update on New York

Earlier this year, the New York State Assembly and Senate passed Assembly Bill 8704-C which, if signed into law, would amend the state’s Multiple Dwelling Law and New York City Administrative Code to make it “unlawful to advertise occupancy or use” of accommodations that cannot lawfully be rented out for less than 30-day periods”. This Read more

Sep 7, 2016

Sharing Comprehensive Data About Our Community in New York City

Today we are releasing detailed data about our community in New York City’s neighborhoods. This raw dataset describes activity in each of New York City’s 195 Neighborhood Tabulation Areas (NTA), a geographic designation used by the NYC Department of Planning to describe the city’s neighborhoods in a way that aligns with US Census tracts. The Read more

Aug 19, 2016

How Airbnb Can Support Low-Income Neighborhoods in NYC

New York City suffers from some of the greatest income and wealth inequality in the nation. In Manhattan, the top 5 percent of households earned 88 times as much as the poorest 20 percent in 2013—the highest disparity of any American county. Meanwhile, over 1 in 5 New Yorkers, including 30 percent of youth, live Read more

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