A new heat map has been released by Zumper that shows the most and least expensive rentals in Manhattan.
For the past year, New York City has become one of the most expensive cities to rent in the United States. Some Manhattan neighborhoods offer rentals for more than $5,000 and there are still places on this island that offer rentals within $2,000.
The most expensive neighborhoods of NYC are Chelsea where one-bedroom will cost you around $5,120, Tribeca which hasn’t gone far from Chelsea has offers for around $5,000 and more. In the Bowery area with life-driven neighborhoods such as Nolita, East Village, and Lower East Side, Bowery one-bedroom rent priced at $4,890 which is also not that far from two areas above.
The most affordable neighborhood appeared to be in the northern part of Manhattan, Inwood, you can find rentals there for around $1,735, the difference between this area and Chelsea is more than $3,000. Right next to Inwood territoriality and in a price range is Washington Heights where rent can be less than $2,000 for one-bedroom. East Harlem is on the top price in the most affordable neighborhoods, the price range there for one-bedroom is around $2,355.
If you would like to see a detailed heat map, visit www.zumper.com.