Zumper.com has a new heat map out that identifies the most/least expensive parts of Manhattan to rent a one-bedroom.
The most expensive neighborhoods are
- Chelsea – $5,120
- Tribecca – $5,000
- Nolita, East Village, and Lower East Side – $4,890
- Inwood – $1,735
- Washington Heights – $2000
- East Harlem – $2,355
To see the detailed heat map visit www.zumper.com.
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