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Median rent in NoMad/Flatiron is the highest in the city, at $4,490

May 21, 2015 01:25PM

Median rent in Manhattan (Credit: Zumper)

Median rent in Manhattan (Credit: Zumper)

Median rent for a one-bedroom in the city jumped 3.3 percent to $3,100, while two-bedrooms units rose 0.6 percent to $3,600, according to listings website Zumper.

(Credit: Zumper)

(Credit: Zumper)

New York City is still the second most expensive city to rent an apartment in the country and a new map shows just about how much it costs. Zumper turned April’s rental data into a handy map that shows how rents all over the city.

Median rent in NoMad/Flatiron is the highest in the city with a price of $4,490 for a one-bedroom apartment. Tribeca came in second with $4,450.

In Brooklyn, Dumbo is still the most expensive neighborhood with a median price of $3,720, according to Curbed.

The West Village’s median rent dropped to $3,700 for a one-bedroom unit. [Curbed] and [Zumper]Claire Moses