Sales by neighborhood


MANHATTAN SALES BY NEIGHBORHOOD

Neighborhood2019 Median Sale PriceNo. of SalesYear-over-year % change in median price
Hudson Yards$3.9M153n/a
Garment District$3.9M1471%
Tribeca$3.4M457-13%
Noho$2.9M3644%
Nolita$2.8M29n/a
Nomad$2.8M73n/a
Soho$2.6M256-2%
Flatiron$2.4M12242%
Little Italy$1.9M7-12%
Turtle Bay$1.8M22117%
Chinatown$1.5M283131%
Gramercy$1.4M42657%
Greenwich Village$1.3M4016%
West Village$1.3M408-27%
Columbus Circle$1.2M126%
Battery Park City$1.2M1185%
Upper East Side$1.2M24102%
Upper West Side$1.1M2017-5%
Chelsea$1.1M686-13%
Midtown$1.1M1155-29%
West Harlem$1M2260%
Lower East Side$999K2630%
Financial District$999K3171%
Roosevelt Island$985K34-17%
East Village$965K264-11%
Hell's Kitchen$862K3733%
Hamilton Heights$765K1335%
East Harlem$750K203-1%
Theater District$734K42n/a
Murray Hill$730K445-7%
Marble Hill$725K8142%
Morningside Height$723K118-3%
Harlem$715K407-4%
Kips Bay$700K188n/a
Central Harlem$668K52n/a
Washington Heights$545K293-5%
Inwood$390K87-5%
Manhattan Overall$1.1M12,21418%
Source: TRD analysis of NYC Dept. of Finance data for sales of single-family townhouses, condos and co-ops recorded in 2019. A small number of transactions in a neighborhood can skew percentage change numbers. Neighborhoods were determined by borough, block and lot.

HUDSON YARDS EMERGED AS THE PRICIEST neighborhood for homebuying in 2019. With the median sales prices hovering around $4 million, you can expect to pay top dollar to live in this new
neighborhood. By contrast, Inwood, at the top of Manhattan, remained a relatively affordable neighborhood with a median price of $390,000, 5 percent lower than in 2018. Close neighbor Washington Heights also remained relatively affordable with a median price of $545,000, also down 5 percent from the year prior.

HUDSON YARDS

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