Tribeca stays on top and Hudson Yards emerges as #2 on the city’s priciest neighborhood list

July 16, 2019

Photo: Ajay Suresh via Flickr.

According to Property Shark’s just-released ranking of New York City’s most expensive neighborhoods, Tribeca once again takes the top spot in residential sales with a median price of $4.34 million. The bigger news is Hudson Yards, on the list for the first time as the city’s second-costliest neighborhood in Q2 of 2019 at $3.86 million. Also notable was Little Italy, the city’s third most expensive neighborhood, which saw median home prices increase by 153 percent over last year’s numbers.

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Additional noteworthy neighborhood moves include Brooklyn’s Cobble Hill, which jumped 171 percent to the seventh spot–the only Brooklyn neighborhood in the top 10–and Dumbo, which slid 40 percent to $1.5 million since last year’s ranking. Manhattan neighborhoods accounted for almost half the list. Along with Hudson Yards, Roosevelt Island was a new entrant with a median price of $1.24 million. Brooklyn took 21 spots, followed by Queens with 7.

Like Little Italy, Gramercy Park saw a huge year-over-year jump rising 87 percent to almost $1.7 million. This was due in part to the 33 closings at 121 East 22nd Street, which had a median of over $2 million, and 21 closings at 200 East 21st Street with a median of upwards of $2.5 million.

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In Brooklyn, in addition to Cobble Hill’s rise–The Cobble Hill House with a median sale price of over $2.3 million accounted for 17 of the total 29 transactions in the neighborhood–and Dumbo’s slide, Prospect Park South experienced an increase of 142 percent $1.23 million, the bulk of which were tied to three house sales. In the Columbia Street Waterfront District, prices rose 86 percent from last year to $1.2 million, led by the boutique condo development at 161-163 Columbia Street.

In Queens, The Ditmars-Steinway neighborhood saw a median home sale price increase of 79 percent, with the median price reaching $964,500. Rockwood Park rose 23 percent to $845,000.

Find out more from Property Shark’s real estate report here and see the full list below:

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Images courtesy of Property Shark.

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