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Old 09-29-2016, 03:57 AM
 
Location: Washington, DC
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Year 2014:

Total DC housing units - 306,184

No Bedroom - 24,386 (8% of total)
1 Bedroom - 99,945 (32.6% of total)
2 Bedrooms - 83,976 (27.4% of total)
3 Bedrooms - 60,529 (19.8% of total)
4 Bedrooms - 25,200 (8.2% of total)
5+ Bedrooms - 12,148 (4% of total)

Year 2010:

Total DC housing units - 296,836

No Bedroom - 24,674 (8.3% of total)
1 Bedroom - 96,323 (32.4% of total)
2 Bedrooms - 81,813 (27.6% of total)
3 Bedrooms - 60,300 (20.3% of total)
4 Bedrooms - 23,306 (7.9% of total)
5+ Bedrooms - 10,420 (3.5% of total)

Year 2005:

Total DC housing units - 277,775

No Bedroom - 21,406 (7.7% of total)
1 Bedroom - 95,820 (34.5% of total)
2 Bedrooms - 66,982 (24.1% of total)
3 Bedrooms - 60,659 (21.8% of total)
4 Bedrooms - 22,073 (8% of total)
5+ Bedrooms - 10,835 (3.9% of total)

Discussion

Although a net of 4,125 one-bedroom units were added to DC's housing inventory between 2005 and 2014, the percentage of one-bedroom units (as part of DC's total inventory) decreased from 34.5% in 2005 to 32.6% in 2014.

Two-bedroom units represented the largest numeric increase among bedroom types in DC between 2005 and 2014, with a net of 16,994 two-bedroom units added during the period.

In 2014, housing units with three or more bedrooms represent 32% of DC's total housing inventory.

The largest movement in bedroom types in DC between 2005 and 2014 (both numerically and percentage-wise) were in two-bedroom units. Of the 28,409 net units that were added to DC's housing inventory between 2005 and 2014, 16,994 (60%) of them were two-bedroom units.
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Old 09-29-2016, 02:03 PM
 
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Originally Posted by revitalizer View Post
Year 2014:

Total DC housing units - 306,184

No Bedroom - 24,386 (8% of total)
1 Bedroom - 99,945 (32.6% of total)
2 Bedrooms - 83,976 (27.4% of total)
3 Bedrooms - 60,529 (19.8% of total)
4 Bedrooms - 25,200 (8.2% of total)
5+ Bedrooms - 12,148 (4% of total)

Year 2010:

Total DC housing units - 296,836

No Bedroom - 24,674 (8.3% of total)
1 Bedroom - 96,323 (32.4% of total)
2 Bedrooms - 81,813 (27.6% of total)
3 Bedrooms - 60,300 (20.3% of total)
4 Bedrooms - 23,306 (7.9% of total)
5+ Bedrooms - 10,420 (3.5% of total)

Year 2005:

Total DC housing units - 277,775

No Bedroom - 21,406 (7.7% of total)
1 Bedroom - 95,820 (34.5% of total)
2 Bedrooms - 66,982 (24.1% of total)
3 Bedrooms - 60,659 (21.8% of total)
4 Bedrooms - 22,073 (8% of total)
5+ Bedrooms - 10,835 (3.9% of total)

Discussion

Although a net of 4,125 one-bedroom units were added to DC's housing inventory between 2005 and 2014, the percentage of one-bedroom units (as part of DC's total inventory) decreased from 34.5% in 2005 to 32.6% in 2014.

Two-bedroom units represented the largest numeric increase among bedroom types in DC between 2005 and 2014, with a net of 16,994 two-bedroom units added during the period.

In 2014, housing units with three or more bedrooms represent 32% of DC's total housing inventory.

The largest movement in bedroom types in DC between 2005 and 2014 (both numerically and percentage-wise) were in two-bedroom units. Of the 28,409 net units that were added to DC's housing inventory between 2005 and 2014, 16,994 (60%) of them were two-bedroom units.
I think this needs to be broken down into type of unit (apartment, rowhouse, detached house). Thank you for doing the work to break this down.
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