Top 5: 2023 New Supply (So Far)

Even more so than the slowdown in rent growth or the persistence of muted apartment demand, the scale of multifamily new supply this year continues to be the major headline for the industry. In particular, when evaluating new supply as a share of existing stock, some markets around the country feature some eye-popping numbers.

These new units will ultimately be beneficial, but that does not preclude some challenges in the short term given the current demand environment. With the spring and summer months now mostly in the rearview mirror, the next six months tend to be softer for net absorption – even in the good times.

For more detailed information on each of the markets listed, ALN offers complimentary Market Review reports.

Top 5 Markets

MarketNew Units Delivered% of Existing Stock
TX - Dallas/Ft. Worth22,4282.7%
TX - Houston15,4742.3%
TX - Austin13,5355.3%
NY - New York City13,0262.2%
CA - Los Angeles/OC12,7682.2%

Top 5 Markets: New Supply as Percent of Existing Stock

MarketNew Units Delivered% of Existing Stock
SC - Myrtle Beach2,03513.3%
SD - Rapid City4047.5%
FL - Jacksonville6,9916.6%
UT - Salt Lake City6,7166.2%
ID - Boise1,8716.0%

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