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How To Value Apartments by Floor: An Illustrated Guide

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Amid a fun package of New York Magazine stories about tall buildings (include interviews with sky-high dwellers and a list of the tallest residential buildings outside Manhattan) is this nifty infographic about pricing apartments by floor. The data comes from appraiser and Curbed graph guru Jonathan Miller, who used 301 West 57th Street as his example building. He explains why on his blog: "it has views of Central Park to the northeast, and it is a typical 1980’s development with (nearly) continuous unit lines from bottom to top. New development in the last decade abandoned that design approach by shifting towards larger units on higher floors."

· What Price Heights and Light? [NYM]
· Manhattan Values by Floor Level [Matrix]
· Three Cents Worth archive [Curbed]