Although 2015 was a banner year for growth in some New York City submarkets, 2016 is not staying on the same track. A new StreetEasy report shows that rent prices have slowed to nearly half the pace of the same time last year in parts of the city.
- Median rent in Manhattan increased at half the pace it did through August 2015.
- Brooklyn's median rent increased 1.9 percent annually, which is the slowest since December 2010.
- Rent in East Brooklyn increased 5 percent annually, higher than any other submarket.
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Inman Connect New York | January 29 - February 1, 2019