Price per square foot in the neighborhoods I’ve reviewed currently range from a high of $2,741 in NoHo to a low of $293 in Brownsville.
There are currently 11,050 listings on the market in Manhattan with a total dollar volume of $40.19B. The median price is $1,750,000 and the median price per square foot is $1,645.
Approximately 7% of listings are priced below $500K
24% of listings are between $500K – $1M
38% of listings are between $1M – $3M
14% of listings are between $3M – $5M
11% of listings are between $5M – $10M
7% of listings are $10M and above
Listing sizes with median prices
Approximately 11% of listings are studios with a median price of $610K
30% are 1 bedrooms with a median price of $951K
29% are 2 bedrooms with a median price of $2.030M
17% are 3 bedrooms with a median price of $3.875M
13% are 4+ bedrooms with a median price of $8.225M
Category of available listings
Approximately 50% of current listings are condos
41% of current listings are co-ops
3% of current listings are condo-ops
3% of current listings are multi-family properties
3% of current listings are townhouses
NoHo takes the prize for priciest neighborhood at $2,741 per square foot while Little Italy is currently the most affordable place downtown at $1,427.
NoMad is in the midtown lead at $2,203 per square foot while Kips Bay listings are currently at a median ppsf of $1,214.
Lincoln Square is the highest priced UWS location at $1,798 per square foot.
Uptown Manhattan is most affordable in Inwood at $531 per square foot, while Morningside Heights is the priciest at $1,072 psf.
The UES is priciest at $1,544 psf while Lenox Hill is most affordable at $1,234.
Windsor Terrace is the most affordable NW Brooklyn neighborhood at $892 per square foot, while DUMBO comes in highest at $1,390 psf.
East Brooklyn prices range from a high of $621 in Bushwick to a low of $293 in Brownsville.
Median price per square foot in South Brooklyn ranges from $932 in Prospect Park South to $427 per square foot in Flatbush.
Southwest Brooklyn pricing ranges from a high in Dyker Heights of $668 psf to a low of $417 in Coney Island.
Median Southeast Brooklyn sales prices range from $650 a foot in Manhattan Beach to $336 a foot in Canarsie.
Astoria is currently priced at $799 per square foot while Long Island City is at $1,220 per foot.
Median prices by borough currently range from $299,000 in the Bronx to $1,750,000 in Manhattan.