Most Expensive Neighborhoods In New York, NY

For most of us, living in these high end New York neighborhoods may be well beyond our means, as these neighborhoods include some of the highest real estate and rental prices in New York. Listed below are the most expensive neighborhoods in New York for 2021, sorted by overall cost of living which includes: groceries, goods and services, real estate and rent prices. In case you’re wondering, the cost of living average for all cities across the nation is 100.

Population 14,743
91%
Cost of Living Index 309 vs 162
91% higher than New York
Population 16,173
75%
Cost of Living Index 282 vs 162
75% higher than New York
Population 10,281
57%
Cost of Living Index 254 vs 162
57% higher than New York
Population 12,909
45%
Cost of Living Index 235 vs 162
45% higher than New York
Population 25,576
42%
Cost of Living Index 229 vs 162
42% higher than New York
Population 31,087
38%
Cost of Living Index 223 vs 162
38% higher than New York
Population 47,962
37%
Cost of Living Index 221 vs 162
37% higher than New York
Population 22,666
36%
Cost of Living Index 220 vs 162
36% higher than New York
Population 2,162
36%
Cost of Living Index 219 vs 162
36% higher than New York
Population 77,662
35%
Cost of Living Index 219 vs 162
35% higher than New York
Population 194,024
33%
Cost of Living Index 214 vs 162
33% higher than New York
Population 22,307
30%
Cost of Living Index 211 vs 162
30% higher than New York
Population 60,915
28%
Cost of Living Index 207 vs 162
28% higher than New York
Population 13,570
27%
Cost of Living Index 205 vs 162
27% higher than New York
Population 9,408
25%
Cost of Living Index 202 vs 162
25% higher than New York
Population 204,475
24%
Cost of Living Index 201 vs 162
24% higher than New York
Population 11,972
22%
Cost of Living Index 197 vs 162
22% higher than New York
Population 17,279
21%
Cost of Living Index 196 vs 162
21% higher than New York
Population 62,515
20%
Cost of Living Index 194 vs 162
20% higher than New York
Population 25,332
17%
Cost of Living Index 189 vs 162
17% higher than New York