Most Affordable Neighborhoods In New York, NY

Looking for a fresh start in a new New York neighborhood that is actually affordable? Fortunately, there are some neighborhoods that still offer affordable cost of living. Listed below are the most affordable neighborhoods in New York for 2021, ranked by their cost of living index. The cost of living index includes various items such as: goods and services, groceries, utilities, real estate and rental rates. For reference, the national average for cost of living is 100.

Population 51,091
-42%
Cost of Living Index 94 vs 162
42% lower than New York
Population 60,047
-41%
Cost of Living Index 95 vs 162
41% lower than New York
Population 64,594
-41%
Cost of Living Index 95 vs 162
41% lower than New York
Population 91,627
-41%
Cost of Living Index 95 vs 162
41% lower than New York
Population 174,779
-39%
Cost of Living Index 99 vs 162
39% lower than New York
Population 3,871
-37%
Cost of Living Index 101 vs 162
37% lower than New York
Population 36,668
-36%
Cost of Living Index 104 vs 162
36% lower than New York
Population 70,301
-35%
Cost of Living Index 106 vs 162
35% lower than New York
Population 77,016
-35%
Cost of Living Index 106 vs 162
35% lower than New York
Population 22,864
-34%
Cost of Living Index 107 vs 162
34% lower than New York
Population 50,749
-32%
Cost of Living Index 109 vs 162
32% lower than New York
Population 106,094
-31%
Cost of Living Index 112 vs 162
31% lower than New York
Population 52,418
-29%
Cost of Living Index 114 vs 162
29% lower than New York
Population 212,530
-29%
Cost of Living Index 114 vs 162
29% lower than New York
Population 68,351
-29%
Cost of Living Index 115 vs 162
29% lower than New York
Population 10,349
-28%
Cost of Living Index 116 vs 162
28% lower than New York
Population 56,005
-28%
Cost of Living Index 116 vs 162
28% lower than New York
Population 51,347
-24%
Cost of Living Index 123 vs 162
24% lower than New York
Population 99,574
-23%
Cost of Living Index 124 vs 162
23% lower than New York
Population 16,779
-23%
Cost of Living Index 124 vs 162
23% lower than New York