Location, location, location. Well, some locations are simply worth more than others.
A new study from real estate data firm Revaluate shows that the combined property values of the Upper East Side are $96 billion, DNAinfo reported, more than any other neighborhood in the city as well as more than the entirety of the Bronx and Staten Island.
The neighborhood is also worth more than North and South Dakota, New Hampshire, Vermont, Wyoming and Alaska, the website reported.
Of the total of the country’s $33 trillion in residential property values, New York City counts for about $1.5 trillion, $733 billion of which is in Manhattan. [DNAinfo] — Claire Moses