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Map Turns Your Emotional Home Purchase Into a Color-Coded Dot

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The nutsos at PropertyShark have taken every Manhattan residential real estate sale of 2010 and turned them into dots on a map. The bigger the dot, the more units sold at that property. Color indicates the price-per-square foot, with the reds representing the priciest of the bunch ($2,000/foot and up). No surprise that the most colorful and concentrated areas are the Upper East Side and Upper West Side. You can zoom in on the map to make more sense of it all, but we prefer this view. Mmm, Dippin' Dots.
· Map: Manhattan Annual 2010 Sales Report [PropertyShark]
· Map: The 20 Most Expensive NYC Homes of the Year [Curbed]