Posted Tuesday, February 02 2010
New York Magazine has some analysis on a couple of Manhattan neighborhoods where property data shows that year over year prices have been positive. The Upper West Side, the Flatiron district, Harlem and Greenwich Village are showing the most strength according to their data. It's a quarterly analysis, so Department of Numbers prices don't translate directly, but I'm working to remedy that as we speak. I should have comparable quarterly calculations soon.
Update: There's a great post over on Manhattan Loft Guy's site about this particular article and the numbers in the New York real estate business in general.
Agents don't have numbers; reporters don't ask about numbers; everyone sounds like an expert.