As you may already be aware, New York City is one of the most expensive cities in the entire world. We’ve compiled a list of the 10 most desirable, and expensive neighborhoods in the Big Apple…get your checkbooks ready because these areas do not come cheap. Although the rankings fluctuate year to year, these ten are usually in the top each and every time. Unsurprisingly, Manhattan dominates our list with 8 out of the 10 spots. Brooklyn is the borough in second place with 2 neighborhoods snagging top 10 spots. As the saying goes, “Brooklyn is the new Manhattan”. From sleek high rises, to charming brownstones, you definitely have your choice of luxurious apartments in varying styles from various decades. While green space is often few and far between in New York City, with price tags in the millions, you may be lucky enough to score some land for Fido to do his business. Okay we’re not procrastinating any longer, we know you can’t wait to see the 2018 winners, so here they are…
The Most Expensive Neighborhoods In NYC
The Much Anticipated List
Although each of these neighborhoods are difficult to define, we’ve met the task with only three words for each!
*Those without a borough in parentheses are located in Manhattan*
Median sale price: $3.85 million
Tribeca Film Festival. Robert De Nero. Lofts
Median sale price: $2.99 million
Designer. Trendy. Shopping.
3. Garment District
Median sale price: $2.33 million
Fashion. Authentic. Midtown.
4. Hudson Square
Median sale price: $2.15 million
Row Houses. Printing District. Holland Tunnel.
5. DUMBO (Brooklyn)
Median sale price: $1.88 million
Posh. Industrial. Instagram-able.
6. West Village
Median sale price: $1.71 million
Boutiques. Artsy. Cobblestone.
7. Boerum Hill (Brooklyn)
Median sale price: $1.63 million
Trees. Village. Barclays.
Median sale price: $1.57 million
Tall Buildings. Italian Food. Madison Square Park.
9. Greenwich Village
Median sale price: 1.35 million
Jazz. NYU. LGBT.
10. Little Italy
Median sale price: $1.32 million
Italy. Italy. Italy.