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Buying An Apartment Is A Relative Deal In These NYC Areas

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Property Shark, those gurus of maps and lists and data, has just unveiled a new map over at Brick Underground. It takes the median home prices in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens areas and compares them to the median home price for the borough as a whole. That way, you can see which neighborhoods are a relative bargain—and some are surprising in that they are totally gentrified already rather than on the cusp. Brick Underground highlighted nine: Battery Park City (19 percent lower); the Lower East Side (42%); Gramercy Park (13%); Kips Bay (27%); Harlem (37% to 49%); Sunnyside (33%); Bushwick (30%); Crown Heights (31%); Sunset Park (43%). Head to BU for more on each of these areas.
· Property Shark Map [official; subscription required]
· 9 NYC Nabes Where You Can Still Get A Bargain [BU]
· Finding the Cheaper Rentals In Five Pricey NYC Neighborhoods [Curbed]
· Cool Map Thing archive [Curbed]