New construction in New York might be a hot topic in development and investor circles, but the real meat and potatoes for agents and clients is in Manhattan’s hot resale market. According to data released from Brown Harris Stevens (BHS), average sale price for apartments in Manhattan has climbed double digits since last year.
- The median sales price for resale studios in Midtown increased 19 percent.
- Apartments in Manhattan spent an average of 88 days on the market.
- Of the 2,115 units sold in Manhattan during the second quarter, 1,600 were resales.