Boerum Hill Is More Expensive than Dumbo, But Soho Is the Most Expensive Place Of All

The most expensive places to buy in Manhattan, via Propertyshark.

The most expensive places to buy in Manhattan, via Propertyshark.

The rich still love vast lofts and cobblestone streets, but this year Tribeca has failed to reclaim the title of New York’s most expensive neighborhood.

The honor goes to Soho, where tourists come to shop, sidewalk vendors clog the streets and the median residential sales price in 2012 was $2.2 million, according to a new report released by PropertyShark. 286380

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