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"Data issues: Does not take into account rent regulated apartments, does not take into account price per square foot, does not take into account building type or class. Flatiron has a lethal combo of large open loft spaces (which demand higher rents than tenements or perhaps prewar mid and high rise) and new construction luxury rentals in high rises, so it's clear to anyone that Flatiron would have high average prices when looking at new inventory on the open market."—Christian [The Most Expensive Manhattan Neighborhood for Renters Is...]