Access to public transit is top of mind for homebuyers and renters in New York City, and lucky for them the city has one of the most extensive public transportation systems in the nation. According to Walk Score, New York has a score of 84 out of 100, ranking it as having “excellent transit.”
- The 96th Street & Lexington Avenue stop of the 6 Train saw a 22.3 percent increase in rental prices to $2,600.
- Bushwick's Morgan Avenue stop off the L Train saw a 16.6 percent drop in median rent to $2,000.
- Morgan and Montrose Avenues saw the biggest drops in rental prices annually.