Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood/Flickr user jacopast If they were modest before, Manhattan homeowners can further gloat about their home values after reading the latest PropertyShark report on home prices. Two prime spots in Manhattan snagged spots on the top 10 most expensive ZIP codes list of 2015, according to the real estate data company. Based on the residential median sale price, ZIP code 10013 -- encompassing mostly TriBeCa, SoHo and Hudson Square -- came in fourth at $3.4 million. The price is based on 277 sales and a total volume of $1,152,684,619. ZIP code 10013 has made a considerable jump from PropertyShark’s previous report, which included data between January 2014 and June 2015. Last year, TriBeCa, SoHo and Hudson Square came in at sixth in the nation with a median sales price of $2.8 million. "If you look at the boundaries for 10013, you’ll see that it spans quite an area, going as far east as the Bowery, while westward you have Soho and Tribeca. ...
- Based on the residential median sale price, ZIP code 10013 -- encompassing mostly TriBeCa, SoHo and Hudson Square -- came in fourth at $3.4 million.
- Lower Manhattan (10007), which spans from parts of TriBeCa and the Financial District, was ninth on the list, with 90 sales at a median price of $2.8 million.
- Zip code 10282, also known as Battery Park City, made it to number 20 with a median price of $2,325,000 and 15 total sales last year.
- The Empire State held seven spots on the list, with four ZIP codes in the Hamptons and Long Island also making the cut.
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