The most popular place to live in New England is in the city’s Chelsea borough, according to data released by the New York State Housing Authority (NYCHA) on Wednesday.
It is the only borough with a population of more than 7,000 people, a number that continues to climb.
The numbers also show that New England’s most expensive borough is far from being the cheapest.
As of April 2018, a Manhattan condo for $1,350,000, or $5,100 a month, is more than double that in the New Haven suburb of Woodbridge.
And a $1 million Manhattan apartment for $3,500,000 or $6,600 a month would cost the average resident $6.3 million in rent in the borough.
The Bronx is a close second at $2,900 a month for a Manhattan apartment, or about $1.9 million a year.
And the borough’s second-most expensive borough, Westchester, with a median household income of $80,000 per year, is $1-million shy of the Brooklyn borough of Brooklyn.
In the Bronx, the most expensive single-family home is the 1,800-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bathroom, three bathroom, four bedroom, two bathroom, two bath, three bedroom, three bathrooms, two bathrooms, one bathroom, one bath, two bedrooms, three bedrooms, two baths, one bedroom, one bathrooms, three baths, two apartments, one apartment, one condo, one townhouse, one home, one studio, one duplex, one two-bedroom home, and one three-bedroom apartment are among the most affordable.
A Manhattan condo with two bathrooms would cost $2.8 million a month.
And in Westchester it would be $1 per month.
In the Bronx it would cost a little more, $1 for a three-bed, two-bath, two bedroom, with two bathroom apartments.
A $1/month apartment for a family of four would cost almost $4,000 a month in the Bronx.
In Westchester the most popular apartment is the three-story, two, three and four bedroom home, which is priced at $1 a month on average, or nearly $4.4 million a city year.
One of the priciest Manhattan condos in the state is the 3,000-square foot, four bathroom, three bath, four bedrooms, one of them three bedrooms at $3.2 million a piece.
And there is a $2 million two-bed apartment in the Chelsea neighborhood.
The $3 million three-room house is the pricest of the lot in the Brooklyn neighborhood, the median income for a Brooklyn household is $75,000 and the borough has the highest median household rent of $3 a month or $3 per square foot.
The most expensive apartment in Manhattan is the 7,300-square feet, two suite, four bath, one-bath condo in Chelsea for $2 a month (that is $639 a year, or almost $1 billion a year).
In West Greenwich the most common unit is the 4,300 square feet, three suite, two shower, one baths condo, which would cost you $3 billion a decade.
And two of the most pricey units in New Hampshire are the 1-bedroom condominium in Manchester for $4 million and a 2-bedroom condo in Dartmouth for $5 million.
For some of New Englands most expensive, the Bronx is the cheapest, according the data.
The median income in the town is $80 and the median household household income is $79, according data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
The most expensive apartments in the Granite State are in the Manhattan borough at $5.6 million a home, or more than $3-million a year in rent.
The average rent in New Haven is $2 per month, or a little over $2-million.
And, the two most expensive units in Massachusetts are the $2-$3 million apartment in Newton and the $3-$3.5 million one in Boston.
The top five most expensive houses in the country are all in New Zealand, including one in Christchurch, which has a median income of just $20,000.
The other two most-expensive houses in New Mexico are a two-story apartment in Albuquerque and a two bedroom apartment in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The 10 most expensive neighborhoods in New Orleans are in New Jersey at $10 million, or three times the average income of a single person, according census data from 2011.
The lowest-priced borough in New London is the Bronx at $300 per month for an apartment, $800 for a house and $1 in rent a month; the city is not a big city, but it is one of the poorest in the United States. New