Rents in Brooklyn and Queens Nearly As Pricey as Manhattan

New York Real EstateMedian Manhattan sales prices have reached a new high just shy of $1 million since the recession, and median rent in the borough is expected to follow suit and reach $3,092 in 2015.

While that’s not all that surprising—everyone knows Manhattan is expensive—and at this point, it’s not even all that surprising that some Brooklyn neighborhoods are gaining on Manhattan’s. StreetEasy broke down the median rent for neighborhoods in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, and found some interesting tidbits.

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Authored By Zoe Rosenberg – See the Full Story at Curbed

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