Renting in New York City

According to Zumper's National rent report, New York City's rental market is the second most expensive  in the United States, beaten only by San Francisco. From March to April 2015, Median rents in New York city for a one bedroom apartment increased 3.3% to $3,100.

The most expensive neighborhoods in Manhattan are Chelsea, Tribeca and Flatiron, while better deals can be found in Harlem and the Lower East side.

The following map, created by Zumper, shows a breakdown of the different median rent for 1 bedroom  apartments in neighborhoods in Manhattan. 



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