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Tribeca one-beds, Battery Park City two-beds pull NYC’s priciest rents

November 18, 2013 05:40PM

Median NYC rents by neighborhood (Credit: Curbed, Zumper)

Median NYC rents by neighborhood (Credit: Curbed, Zumper)

Good news New Yorkers: though Brooklyn rents continue to rise, they have hit a “plateau” in Manhattan, according to data from Zumper.

The news will likely be of little comfort to Tribeca residents however, whose one-bedroom rentals are among the city’s priciest at $3,995 per month. The nabe is closely followed by the West Village at $3,600 and Chelsea at $3,575.

The city’s most expensive two-bedrooms are to be found in Battery Park City, where a double will set renters back roughly $6,095 per month, followed by Tribeca at $5,850 and Chelsea, again in third, at $5,175.

All is not lost on the island however, as the Upper East Side is cheaper than Long Island City and the East Village is a 35 percent dip below Brooklyn Heights. [Curbed]Julie Strickland

2 Responses to “Tribeca one-beds, Battery Park City two-beds pull NYC’s priciest rents”

  1. November 18, 2013 at 5:56 pm, jackdaniels2 said:

    Battery park making its run for the $$$$$$

  2. November 18, 2013 at 8:59 pm, jimmy jam said:

    Can you blur the graphic a little more? Thanks…

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