STAT OF THE DAY: Two-Bedrooms Too Pricey Too

skyline2 1 STAT OF THE DAY: Two Bedrooms Too Pricey TooI 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