The New York metro area is known for its great shopping and dining.
It’s also one of the most expensive places in the world to rent a home.
But if you’re looking for the cheapest prices in the city, you’ve come to the right place.
As of January 2018, there were 8,521 properties in the Manhattan boroughs, according to Zillow.
It ranked the cheapest properties in each borough on a number of metrics.
The list includes the average rent for a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, one bathroom apartment, the average income per square foot, and median and median home price.
The median home value was $315,000, according the Zillower report.
The cheapest properties on the list were in the Flatiron District in Brooklyn and the Upper West Side.
The Upper West side property is in Queens, while the Flatirion District is in Brooklyn.
Zillowing also lists the median and the median home prices for the five boroughs.
Manhattan’s median home values were $2,742,000 and the average home value in the borough was $1,907,000.
The Manhattan home price is $2.8 million, but it’s slightly more expensive than the Flat-iron District home value.
The most expensive New York properties on Zillows list were listed in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island.
The five borough areas are New York, Brooklyn Heights, Staten Island, Manhattan Beach, and Queens.
For comparison, Zillovision, a real estate website, lists the highest median home-price prices in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Islanders.
The average home price in Manhattan is $1.1 million, while in the Staten Island home price are $1 million.
The home-prices for the other five borough area areas are not listed on Zills website.
The data was taken from the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) and Zillowitz, according, to Zilovision.