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The most affordable neighborhoods in New York City: A 2018 buyer’s guide

Brick Underground // May 04, 2018

1. Inwood: $401,000 median sales price

A leafy enclave at the northern tip of Manhattan, Inwood may be the furthest from the city’s center, but it has one critical advantage over some closer neighborhoods: two subway lines. The A train will take you to Times Square in roughly 40 minutes.

“Accessibility. That’s what has made this neighborhood so fantastic,” says Elizabeth Kee, an agent at CORE, who routinely tries to lure value-seeking clients further uptown.

Inwood has 200-plus acres of parks, along with views of the Hudson and Harlem rivers. The commercial stretch along Broadway has a lively restaurant and bar scene. Starbucks landed in late 2013. The housing stock here consists largely of co-ops.


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Original Article: Brick Underground