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Mapping the Cheapest & Priciest Places to Rent in NYC

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Listings website Zumper has worked its magic once again and crunched the numbers to put together these two maps, which show the median rents from January in various Manhattan and Brooklyn neighborhoods. Tribeca led the pack (no surprise there) with $4,150, and Dumbo captured the number two spot at $4,000. After that, it's basically all Manhattan, with Chelsea ($3,850), Gramercy ($3,830), the West Village ($3,800), Greenwich Village ($3,800), and the Dumbo-adjacent Vinegar Hill ($3,800). As far as prime Brooklyn neighborhoods go, Park Slope was somehow the cheapest at $2,450, trailing Gowanus, Boerum Hill, Prospect Heights, and tied with Clinton Hill.

· Zumper [official]
· Cool Map Things [Curbed]