Property Shark has two handy interactive maps of all the sales that took place in Manhattan and Brooklyn in the second quarter of 2014. Given that the real estate market is still booming in both boroughs, it's pretty neat to see it all laid out geographically, which affords the chance to see where the priciest sales per square foot are concentrated. In Manhattan, they're clustered at the southern end of Central Park, as well as in West Chelsea, Nomad and points south. The size of the circle reflects how many sales occurred in the area, irregardless of sale price, so that's useful, too. The Financial District, for one, is hopping.
No shocker here: Brooklyn's most expensive sales were in Brooklyn Heights and Williamsburg. Looks like in terms of price per square foot, properties have a long way to go before they reach Mahattan levels. There's lots of sales action in Downtown Brooklyn (and oh, there's more of that to come). Happy browsing!
· Q2 2014 Brooklyn Sales Report [Property Shark]
· Q2 2014 Manhattan Sales Report [Property Shark]
· Brooklyn Sales Set Records; Manhattan Rents Hit 5-Year High [Curbed]
· Cool Map Thing archive [Curbed]