The real estate market remains strong across the city with prices per square foot ranging from a high of $2,421 in NoLiTa to a low of $279 in Brownsville. 

The downtown market leader is NoLiTa at $2,421 per square foot. The South Street Seaport neighborhood is currently the lowest price per square foot at $1,007.


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NoMad ppsf leads the Midtown pack at $2,062 while Kips Bay and Sutton Place trail the others by a large margin at $933 and $921 respectively.

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Lincoln Square ppsf is the highest among Upper West Side neighborhoods at $1,759.

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Uptown pricing remains highest this month in West Harlem & Manhattanville at $1,007 psf and Washington Heights beat Inwood this month for lowest ppsf at $416.

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The UES’s highest ppsf is now Lenox Hill at $1,366 psf while the lowest ppsf is Yorkville at $962. UESPPSF-01.jpg

Northwest Brooklyn ppsf is led by DUMBO at $1,339 psf and has the lowest psf prices in Windsor Terrace at $722.

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There is a $10 psf difference between current prices in Greenpoint and Williamsburg. (Wow)

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Median East Brooklyn prices are led by Bedford-Stuyvesant at $567 psf and trailed by neighboring Brownsville at $279 psf.

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I’ve broken up “South” Brooklyn into South, Southeast, and Southwest; in South Brooklyn prices are led by Prospect Park South and are lowest in Flatbush and Midwood.

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Southwest Brooklyn prices remain highest in Sunset Park and lowest in Sea Gate.

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Southeast Brooklyn prices remain highest in Manhattan Beach and lowest in Canarsie.

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The Queens real estate market is dominated by Long Island City and Astoria, though the ppsf between them remains wide at $1,166 and $531 respectively.

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