Real estate and rental search site Zumper recently analyzed their rental price data and found the ten most expensive neighborhoods to rent in New York City for February 2018. Based on the median rental price for a 1 bedroom apartment, Tribeca led the way with $4,350 per month, and Nomad taking second with $3,950. Vinegar Hill is on the rise, taking the #10 spot and keeping #4 Dumbo company as the only other Brooklyn neighborhood on the list.
New York City was the second most expensive rental market in the country last month with a median one-bedroom rent of $2,870. Though coming shy of first place San Francisco at $3,400, New York continues to command the highest priced neighborhoods in the country. In this edition of the Zumper New York Rent Report, we explore how rent prices changed across these neighborhoods and others around the city.
Check out the accompanying article for more insight into the data.
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