STAT OF THE DAY: Two-Bedrooms Too Pricey Too

I wrote in this week’s paper about how, even after all the calamitous economic news (like Bear Stearns’ collapse), Manhattan rents appear buoyant if not strong. Most of the average rents I cited were for one-bedroom apartments. Here’s some March stats on two-bedrooms, from the new report by The Real Estate Group New York:

  • $3,858 — the average for non-doorman two-bedrooms south of 155th Street
  • $5,265 — the average for doorman two-bedrooms south of 155th Street
  • $3,905 — the average for non-doorman two-bedrooms in April 2007
  • $5,475 — the average for doorman two-bedrooms in April 2007