New York City real-estate search website RentHop recently analyzed their data, cross-referencing each subway station with the median rent of the area around it. Creating an interactive map from their found data, we can see exactly which of the subway-accessible neighborhoods are the most expensive and which are not.
New York’s MTA subway system is an essential part of many New Yorkers’ lives. With as many as 5.7 million riders each weekday, it truly is the backbone of the city. It should be no surprise then, that it is one of the first things that people consider when looking to rent an apartment. Close proximity to the right trains means shorter commutes and more time spent doing what you love. RentHop’s data scientists love maps and rental data, and so we’ve mapped out rental prices by subway stop to assist in your apartment hunting endeavors.
The good news is that overall rents are going down a bit City-wide. Check out the accompanying article for more info and for more takeaways.
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