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NYC’s changing property values — in map form

October 30, 2013 05:31PM

TK

A map of changing property values in NYC

While New York City’s home prices seem to be going in a uniform direction — up, up and up — not all neighborhoods have seen the same kind of appreciation.

Manhattan and Brooklyn, unsurprisingly, have seen prices fly sky high since 2008, when the market tanked. Some of the priciest nabes, according to a new interactive map from Chris Walker, spotted by Gothamist, include Greenpoint, Chelsea, Southern Brooklyn as a whole, parts of Harlem and the Garment District. Even in the Bronx, the cost of housing is on the rise.

But all over Queens and in eastern Brooklyn, there is a different story. Ridgewood stood out as a particularly affordable spot, though the Williamsburg-ization of the nabe is likely to take hold of rental rates soon enough. [Gothamist]Julie Strickland

One Response to “NYC’s changing property values — in map form”

  1. November 03, 2013 at 12:19 pm, That_Brooklyn_NY_Guy said:

    Queens and in eastern Brooklyn are ON the hit list. Bed stuy is in

    Gentrification right now. I know you guy are trying to chance name to Bedford Heights. See that Dark red on the map – The wealthy are buying up property
    ( houses and land )now dirt Cheap. East new york brooklyn IS next and that – Is the Real Deal.

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