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333 W 57th Street, Apt 811

Co-op in Hell's Kitchen, NY 10019

1,195,000

1bd
1ba

71 Sullivan Street, Apt 6AD

Co-op in SoHo, Manhattan 10012

880,000

3bd
2ba

301 East 69th Street, Apt 19C

Co-op in Upper East Side, NY 10021

749,000

1bd
1.5ba

464 West 44th Street, Apt 5F

Condo in Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan 10036

1,725,000

2bd
2ba

333 East 46th Street, Apt 9A

Co-op in Turtle Bay, Manhattan 10017

675,000

1bd
1ba

241 West 23rd Street, Apt 4A

Co-op in Chelsea, NY 10011

1,485,000

2bd
1ba
Open House

193 Eldridge Street, Apt 2

Condo in Bowery, Manhattan 10002

1,995,000

2bd
1.5ba

225 Rector Place, Apt 14-T

Condo in Battery Park City, Manhattan 10280

985,000

1bd
1ba
Open House

75 East End Avenue, Apt 8D

Co-op in Yorkville, Manhattan 10028

999,000

2bd
2ba
Open House

235 West 102nd Street, Apt 15-T

Co-op in Upper West Side, Manhattan 10025

399,000

Studio
1ba

1020 Park Avenue, Apt 15-D

Co-op in Upper East Side, Manhattan 10028

2,100,000

2bd
1.5ba
Open House

345 East 93rd Street, Apt 32-K

Co-op in Yorkville, Manhattan 10128

569,000

1bd
1ba
Open House

319 East 50th Street, Apt 8C

Co-op in Turtle Bay, NY 10022

415,000

Studio
1ba

404 Park Avenue South, Apt 6D

Condo in Nomad, Manhattan 10016

3,349,000

3bd
3ba
Open House

400 East 85th Street, Apt 17-FG

Co-op in Yorkville, NY 10028

2,450,000

4bd
3ba
Open House

129 Columbia Heights, Apt 66

Co-op in Upper West Side, NY 11201

1,350,000

2bd
1ba

2 Charlton Street, Apt 10K

Co-op in Hudson Square, NY 10014

999,000

1bd
1ba

252 South Street, Apt 47C

Condo in Lower East Side, NY 10002

3,260,000

3bd
3ba

190 72nd Street, Apt 129

Co-op in Upper West Side, Manhattan 11385

289,000

1bd
1ba

161 West 61st Street, Apt 23E

Condo in Upper West Side, NY 10023

1,225,000

1bd
1ba

23 Waverly Place, Apt 5-W

Co-op in Greenwich Village, Manhattan 10003

649,000

Studio
1ba

721 Fifth Avenue, Apt 55-B

Condo in Upper East Side, Manhattan 10022

2,995,000

2bd
2ba

2727 Palisade Avenue, Apt 9CD

Co-op in Upper West Side, NY 10463

1,350,000

4bd
4ba
Open House

313 West 119th Street, Apt 3-D

Condo in Harlem, Manhattan 10026

1,595,000

3bd
2.5ba

166 East 35th Street, Apt 8E

Co-op in Upper West Side, NY 10016

665,000

1bd
1ba
Open House

303 Mercer Street, Apt A503

Co-op in Upper West Side, NY 10003

2,750,000

2bd
2ba
Open House

360 Furman Street, Apt 824

Co-op in Upper West Side, NY 11201

1,495,000

1bd
2ba

2 Horatio Street, Apt 12D

Co-op in Upper West Side, Manhattan 10014

669,900

Studio
1ba

108 West 138th Street, Apt 4C

Condo in Harlem, Manhattan 10030

850,000

2bd
2ba
Open House

454 West 54th Street, Apt 6A

Condo in Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan 10019

1,695,000

2bd
2ba

Showing results 1-30 of 5,522 Manhattan apartments for sale.

What is the average price per square foot in Manhattan?

The average price per square foot in Manhattan has been $1,488 in 2020, a drop of approximately 5.3 percent from 2019, when the average sales price per square foot was $1,572. Manhattan condos sold for an average of $1,984 per square foot in 2020, significantly higher than the average price per square foot for co-ops, which averaged $997 per square foot.

Is Manhattan real estate a good investment?

Buying real estate in Manhattan is an excellent investment if you plan on living there. By purchasing an apartment in Manhattan, you'll build equity and save on the extraordinarily high rental prices in Manhattan. In the long-term, it's also likely that your Manhattan home will appreciate in value. 

Is now a good time to buy an apartment in Manhattan?

Yes, 2020 and 2021 are great years to buy an apartment in Manhattan due to the falling prices and low mortgage rates. The coronavirus pandemic has led to Manhattan real estate prices dropping, while the fed has kept mortgage rates low. Combined, this means that it's more affordable to buy a Manhattan apartment now than it has been in years. 

Are Manhattan real estate prices falling?

Manhattan real estate prices have fallen approximately 5.3 percent in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. As of December 2020, interest in Manhattan real estate has picked up, but home prices still face downward pressure.

Why is Manhattan real estate so expensive?

Manhattan is a small island with highly desirable real estate, so it's only natural that the high demand for homes in Manhattan has driven sales prices up. There are a limited number of apartments for sale in Manhattan and a lot of buyers, so real estate prices are only expected to rise in the future. 

What is the most expensive real estate in Manhattan?

The most expensive real estate in Manhattan is located on billionaire's row, the area of 57th Street located directly below Central Park. The penthouses for sale in the uber-luxury condominiums on billionaire's row represent not only the most expensive real estate in Manhattan but some of the most expensive properties in the world, such as the iconic One57 and 432 Park Avenue