And of course, why should anything above 96th Street be represented? There aren't hundreds of thousands of people that live in non-predominantly white neighborhoods at all!
Infographic: See how much New Yorkers spent on rent in March
Compare how much apartments were renting for last month in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Then, excuse yourself to go cry about how expensive it is to live in NYC.
Fri Apr 25 2014
Photograph: Imogen Brown
Earlier this year we told you how much New Yorkers shelled out on rent in January, and now it's time to check back in. Real-estate listing site Zumper pulled median prices for one-bedrooms across Manhattan and Brooklyn that were put on the market last month. Surprise, surprise: Tribeca is still the most expensive 'hood on the island, with the average one-bedroom rent listed in March reaching at $4,210 (compare to $4,000 in January). As for Brooklyn? At $4,075 a month, Dumbo abodes are practically reaching that level.
If you're looking for a (relative) deal in Manhattan, head to the Lower East Side ($2,550) and the Upper East Side ($2,575). The most affordable rents to be had in Kings County are in the southeastern part of the borough, where you can still score a one-bedroom for less than $1,500 in certain areas (Crown Heights, Sunset Park, Flatbush, etc).
Scroll down to see how other neighborhoods stack up on the map.
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