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Midtown »

Average rents in northwest Queens shot up more than 8 percent, according to the survey. 

Morningside Heights »

That's the rental price differential between the 77th and 68th street stations on the 6 train.

Astoria »

Whether you've lived in New York for two years or 20, your rent has probably gone up.

Boerum Hill »

Landlords are offering more incentives such as a free month's rent, reports find. But is it enough?

Crown Heights »

But prices overall in the neighborhood have gone up since last year.

Murray Hill »

The luxury market saw the biggest drop, slipping 5.5 percent compared with the same period last year.

East Village »

Though the vacancy rate was nearly 3 percent, rents are still going up.

Park Slope »

Rents dipped slightly across Brooklyn between September and October, according to real estate firm MNS.

Upper East Side »

Brooklyn hit a new record and Manhattan rents rose for the 18th month in a row.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Rent prices in the neighborhood dropped by 3.14 percent in May, according to a real estate report.

Crown Heights »

116 new units joined the market in the neighborhood in May, according to a real estate report.

Rego Park »

In March, the average rent of studio apartments in Forest Hills was $1,417.

Upper West Side »

The average Manhattan studio costs $2,691 a month, according to a recent real estate report.

Crown Heights »

One and two-bedroom prices increased by 8 percent, a real estate report found.