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Mapping the Most Expensive Places to Rent in New York City

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Listings website Zumper has once again worked its magic to take the rental data from April, in which rents continued to rise citywide (surprise!) and Brooklyn reached a new plateau, and put the median rent for each neighborhood into easily digestible map form. Though perhaps digestible is the wrong word, since a lot of these rents may very well turn your stomach. NoMad/Flatiron, for instance, leads the pack with the median price of a one-bedroom sitting at $4,490. Tribeca is still up there, too, at $4,450. The West Village, surprisingly, fell to $3,700. In Brooklyn, Dumbo is still the leader at $3,720.

· The Cheapest And Most Expensive Neighborhoods To Rent In NYC This Spring [Zumper]
· More Cool Map Things [Curbed]