Real Estate

Rents Are Down in Manhattan. You Still Can’t Afford to Live There

It’s great—if you’re single and earning $100,000 a year or are part of a household that spends $100,000 a year on rent.

Manhattan Apartment Sales Drop 20%

Manhattan rents decreased in September, marking only the second time since February 2014 that median rents for the borough fell from a year earlier.

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