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.



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.


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


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.


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.


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


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


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.


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


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


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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