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Map of average rent by NYC neighborhood is as depressing as you'd expect

Will Gleason
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Will Gleason

In their annual report, real estate site Zumper has once again mapped out trends in rents across cities and the country. Not surprisingly, New York is once again towards the top of the list with an average one-bedroom costing $3,100. The only city with higher prices? San Francisco, where the average one-bedroom will set a poor soul back $3,500.

When it comes to New York neighborhoods, the areas that saw the highest rent increases this year were buzzy nabes Greenpoint and Gowanus, both with an average price of $2,600 and on-the-rise Roosevelt Island, where one-bedrooms now cost an average of $3,000 a month. Apparently, "Freedom From Rehabilitating Rent" is not one of the ones included in Four Freedoms Park.

See the a map with the full list of average prices by neighborhood in Manhattan and Brooklyn below.

h/t Thrillist

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