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ATTOM’s Neighborhood Data for New York City, NY

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New York Neighborhoods Have Something for Everyone

New York City is the most densely populated city in the United States. There are over million people spread across five boroughs and hundreds of diverse neighborhoods. What’s more, is these neighborhoods are constantly changing and evolving.

New York Streets

Manhattan boasts the financial district, which includes Wall Street and the World Trade Center, with transportation options including the PATH, the ferry, the bus, and trains. Greenwich Village is bohemian with tree-lined streets and sidewalk patios.

The Upper West Side has Central Park, Lincoln Center, the American Museum of Natural History, and the popular Zabar’s grocery store. Manhattan’s Upper East Side has exclusive shopping streets, including Madison Avenue and Fifth Avenue bisecting the neighborhood and some of the most expensive real estate in town.
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New York Apartment Steps

Other popular neighborhoods are Brooklyn, The Bronx, West Village, East Village, Tribeca, Harlem, Chelsea, and Hell’s Kitchen in Midtown, known for its cuisine and diverse bars.

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New York has four distinct seasons. The summers are warm, humid, and wet, and the winters are cold, snowy, and windy. Temperatures vary from 28°F to 85°F.
Crime Rates
New York neighborhood data crime rates are critical to property owners and investors. The rates are high in New York City and depend on the particular neighborhood.

The value of a home reflects its location. In cities like New York, crime rates, income levels, and local points of interest are all neighborhood data points that ply into investment decisions.

ATTOM’s Neighborhood Data Has the Data Points Investors Need

ATTOM’s neighborhood data at the city and zip code levels allow real estate professionals to find attractive areas for prospective buyers or investors. Gentrification continues and demographic changes and trends alter the characteristics of neighborhoods.

Search neighborhood data according to specific points of interest, such as the quality of schools or crime statistics.

ATTOM’s neighborhood data for New York, NY, includes current and five-year demographic projections on employment, expenditures, income, cost of living, rent, education, and much more. Data also covers points of interest, crime, transportation noise, and transit routes – all key criteria for city-dwellers.

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