Infographic: How much is it to rent a one-bedroom in Manhattan?

Zumper report finds rent in Harlem, Washington Heights to be most affordable

Zumper recently examined the median rent prices for one-bedroom homes in Manhattan. Here are its findings:

  • Over the past year, the price of one-bedroom units in New York City have appreciated over 3 percent.
  • Tribeca and NoMad were the priciest neighborhoods to rent in this summer, with both asking for a median of $4,500 for one-bedroom units.
  • The most affordable rentals, priced between $1,850 to $2,100, could be found in Washington Heights, Central Harlem and West Harlem.

Manhattan one bedroom map