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The
Corcoran
Report
3Q15 MANHATTAN

Contents
Third Quarter 2015

1
2/5
6
7
8
9
10/21
22

Overview
Market Wide
2
3
4
5

Sales / Days on Market
Inventory / Months of Suppy
Prices
Market Share

Resale Co-ops
Resale Condos
New Developments
Luxury
Neighborhoods
10/11 East Side
12/13 West Side
14/15 Midtown
16/17 Downtown
18/19 Financial District & Battery Park City
20/21 Upper Manhattan

Methodology

The following members of the The Corcoran Group made significant contributions to this report:
Michele Beaulieu I Lola Bengen I Erik Columna I Douglas LaMere I Kathleen Mejia I Ryan Schleis I Andrew Wachtfogel

2015

3Q Corcoran Report
Overview

After robust sales activity during the
first half of 2015, the third quarter
continued the trend and was one of
the more active quarters in years.
Closed sales and signed contracts
were up, inventory was down, and
median price hit a ten-year high.

Manhattan

3Q15

3Q14

% Chg (yr)

2Q15

% Chg (qtr)

Closed Sales

4,087

3,956

3%

4,102

0%

Contracts Signed

3,250

2,933

11%

4,115

-21%

Overview

Average Days on Market

78

106

-26%

93

-16%

4,832

5,533

-13%

5,774

-16%

3.5

4.2

-15%

4.2

-16%

Median Price

$999K

$895K

12%

$955K

5%

Average Price

$1.714M

$1.652M

4%

$1.755M

-2%

Median PPSF

$1,284

$1,160

11%

$1,250

3%

Average PPSF

$1,592

$1,572

1%

$1,630

-2%

Inventory
Months of Supply

Closed sales were up 3% from Third
Quarter 2014, and signed contracts were
up 11% year-over-year. New development
was the most active of any product
type, with closings up 69% from Third
Quarter 2014.

New development sales
were up significantly
compared to Third
Quarter 2014
Inventory, which has remained
stubbornly low over the last several
years but saw a notable increase last
quarter, dropped again during Third
Quarter 2015. Inventory was down 13%
year-over-year to 4,832 units; just the
fourth time in the last ten years that
inventory was less than 5,000 units.

Prices

Median Price by Bedroom
Studio

$499K

$460K

8%

$491K

2%

1 Bedroom

$790K

$734K

8%

$770K

3%

2 Bedroom

$1.576M

$1.445M

9%

$1.600M

-1%

3+ Bedroom

$3.380M

$3.250M

4%

$3.400M

-1%

to nearly $1 million, its highest level
in more than ten years, and average
price increased 4% year-over-year
to $1.714M. The median price for all
bedroom types increased year-over-

year; and the median for resale condos,
resale co-ops, and new development all
increased compared to last year, too.

CLOSED SALES
Fig 1.A
6,000
5,000
4,000

Increasing sales combined with
decreasing inventory, along with a
resurgent new development market, put
upward pressure on prices. The overall
median price was up 12% year-over-year

3,000
2,000
1,000
0
3Q10

3Q11

The Corcoran Group I p 1

3Q12

3Q13

3Q14

3Q15

MANHATTAN CORCORAN REPORT

3Q 2015

Market Wide
Sales

Manhattan

3Q15

3Q14

% Chg (yr)

2Q15

% Chg (qtr)

Closed Sales

4,087

3,956

3%

4,102

0%

Contracts Signed

3,250

2,933

11%

4,115

-21%

78

106

-26%

93

-16%

Studio

80

107

-25%

79

1%

1 Bedroom

71

99

-28%

91

-22%

2 Bedroom

77

106

-27%

92

-16%

3+ Bedroom

98

125

-22%

89

10%

Sales

Third Quarter 2015 had 4,087 closed
sales, a 3% increase from Third
Quarter 2014 and the third highest
number of closings in the last two
years. Signed contracts were up 11%
from last year to 3,250, leading to
one of the strongest summer selling
seasons in the last five years.

Market Wide
Average Days on Market

Closed sales were up year-over-year
in four of the six submarkets this
quarter, including a notable 52%
increase in the Financial District
& Battery Park City due to a large
increase in new development closings.
As detailed on pages six through
eight of this report, the increase
in closed sales is due to new
development activity. Resale co-op
and resale condo closings were both
down compared to last year, but
new development closings increased
significantly, leading to an overall
growth in sales. New developments
that began presales in 2013 and 2014
are now completing construction,
allowing for units to close and
residents to move in. The increasing

Quarter 2015 dropped 26% from last
year and 16% from last quarter, to 78
days.

presence of new development in
Manhattan will continue to drive
closed sales activity over the next
several years.

Days on Market
Despite a smaller number of available
listings over the summer, buyers
continued to shop for apartments
and sign contracts. The increase in
sales combined with limited inventory
lead to decreases in overall Days on
Market compared to both last quarter
and last year. The average time a
unit was on the market during Third

All unit types had significant
decreases in Days on Market
compared to Third Quarter 2014,
but varied compared to last quarter.
Listing time for one and two bedroom
units were both down compared to
last year and last quarter, and one
bedrooms had the shortest amount

DAYS ON MARKET BY BEDS
Fig 2.B

120

3+ BR

90

Studios
60

CONTRACTS SIGNED

1 BR

2 BR

30

Fig 2.A
5,000

0

4,000

of Days on Market, 71 days, of any unit
type in Manhattan. Three+ bedroom
units not only had the longest time
from listing to sale at 98 days, but
also had a 10% increase compared to
last quarter.

3,000
2,000
1,000
0
3Q10

3Q11

3Q12

3Q13

3Q14

The Corcoran Group I p 2

3Q15

MANHATTAN CORCORAN REPORT

3Q 2015

Market Wide
Inventory

All Sales

Examining inventory trends by
property type shows significant
differences. While condo inventory
was essentially the same in Third
Quarter 2015 and Third Quarter 2014,
co-op inventory was down a significant
25% year-over-year. The continued
release of new development product,

3Q14

% Chg (yr)

2Q15

% Chg (qtr)

4,832

5,533

-13%

5,774

-16%

Studio

557

791

-30%

766

-27%

1 Bedroom

1,482

1,715

-14%

1,741

-15%

2 Bedroom

1,424

1,569

-9%

1,553

-8%

3+ Bedroom

1,364

1,443

-5%

1,704

-20%

Market Wide

3.5

4.2

-15%

4.2

-16%

Studio

1.7

4.4

-62%

3.4

-51%

1 Bedroom

2.0

3.5

-43%

3.5

-43%

2 Bedroom

2.5

4.2

-40%

4.1

-38%

3+ Bedroom

4.5

8.3

-46%

8.4

-46%

Inventory

Manhattan inventory has remained
low compared to historical levels over
the past several years, but after a
notable increase last quarter, inventory
decreased during Third Quarter
2015. Inventory was just over 4,800
units, a 13% decrease from last year.
All bedroom types had inventory
decreases compared to both last
quarter and last year.
Studios and one bedrooms were down
30% and 14% compared to last year,
respectively. Larger units had less
drastic decreases in inventory with two
bedrooms down 9% year-over-year,
and three+ bedrooms down 5% yearover-year.

3Q15

Market Wide

Months of Supply

which is almost exclusively condo, is
maintaining condo inventory levels
even with the high number of new
development sales.

to nine months is considered supplydemand equilibrium. Due to increases in
sales and decreases in inventory levels,
Manhattan is currently under-supplied
with 3.5 months of supply.

MONTHS OF SUPPLY BY TYPE

Months of Supply

Fig 3.B

Months of supply is an estimate of how
long it would take to sell all current active
listings at the rate of sales recorded
during the previous three months, if
no new listings entered the market. Six

5.0

3.0
2.0

CO-OP & CONDO INVENTORY

New
Dev

Resale
Co-ops

1.0

Fig 3.A

14,000

Resale
Condos

4.0

0.0
12,000
10,000
8,000
6,000
4,000
2,000
0
3Q06

3Q07

3Q08

3Q09

3Q10

Condo Listings

3Q11

3Q12

3Q13

3Q14

Co-op Listings

The Corcoran Group I p 3

3Q15

Supply varied considerably by unit size
and product type, but all types and sizes
were notably under-supplied during
Third Quarter 2015. Studio and one
bedroom units were the most undersupplied, as they are typically the lowest
priced units and therefore have high
demand in Manhattan. Still, three+
bedroom units were also undersupplied
with just 4.5 months supply.

MANHATTAN CORCORAN REPORT

3Q 2015

Market Wide
Prices

Manhattan

The Manhattan market has had steady
annual price growth over the last several
years, and Third Quarter 2015 continued
the trend. Low inventory compared to
historical levels combined with continued
buyer demand put upward pressure on
prices. Additionally, the increased share of
sales from the new development market,
which typically contains higher priced
units, is further boosting prices. Prices
in both the overall market and for all
bedroom types increased year-over-year.

MEDIAN PPSF CHANGE BY BEDROOM
Fig 4.A

10%

4%
2%

1 BR
8%

% Chg (yr)

2Q15

% Chg (qtr)

Median Price

$999K

$895K

12%

$955K

5%

Average Price

$1.714M

$1.652M

4%

$1.755M

-2%

Median PPSF

$1,284

$1,160

11%

$1,250

3%

Average PPSF

$1,592

$1,572

1%

$1,630

-2%

Prices

Median Price by Bedroom
Studio

$499K

$460K

8%

$491K

2%

1 Bedroom

$790K

$734K

8%

$770K

3%

2 Bedroom

$1.576M

$1.445M

9%

$1.600M

-1%

3+ Bedroom

$3.380M

$3.250M

4%

$3.400M

-1%

Median PPSF by Bedroom
Studio

$1,076

$1,016

6%

$1,048

3%

1 Bedroom

$1,172

$1,063

10%

$1,135

3%

2 Bedroom

$1,394

$ 1,259

11%

$1,352

3%

3+ Bedroom

$1,751

$1,701

3%

$1,716

2%

2 BR
9%

3+ BR
4%

0%

The median Manhattan sale price this
quarter was $999K, up 12% from last
year and 5% from last quarter to its
highest level in more than ten years. The
average sale price was also up compared
to Third Quarter 2014, increasing 4% to
$1.714M.
Median price per square foot was up 11%
compared to last year and 3% from last
quarter to a new high of $1,284. Average
price per square foot was down 2% from
last quarter, but up 1% from last year
to $1,592. Median prices increasing at
a faster rate than average prices is the
result of an overall upward shift in
prices across Manhattan, especially at
the middle and bottom of the market.
Pricing at the top of the market, while

still increasing, is growing at a slower rate.

up 9% year-over-year to $1.576M.

Pricing for all bedroom types increased
during Third Quarter 2015 compared to
last year. The median price for studio
and one bedroom units each increased
8% year-over-year, to $499K and
$790K respectively, and were also up
compared to last quarter. Two bedroom
units had the largest annual increase,

Median price per square foot increased
compared to last year and last quarter
for all bedroom types, with the biggest
increases occurring in one bedrooms,
up 10%, and two bedrooms, up 11%.

MANHATTAN HISTORICAL PRICES
Fig 4.B
$1.25

$2,000

$1.00

$1,600

$0.75

$1,200

$0.50

$800

$0.25

$400

$0.00
3Q2005 3Q2006 3Q2007 3Q2008 3Q2009

$0
3Q2010

Median Price

The Corcoran Group I p 4

3Q2011

3Q2012

Average PPSF

3Q2013

3Q2014

3Q2015

Price Per Square Foot

6%

Studio
8%

3Q14

Median Price (in millions)

8%

3Q15

t
y

31%

31%

2 BR
29%

2 BR
29%

MANHATTAN CORCORAN REPORT

Uptown
8%

Market Wide
Financial District
& Battery Park City
East Side
4%
24%

Uptown
10%

Uptown
10%

1 BR
31%
West Side
16%

3+ BRs
16%
Downtown
26%

West Side
20%
1 BR
38%

Market Share
Midtown

Financial District
& Battery Park City
4%
East Side
21%

3Q 2015

3+ BRs
16%
Downtown
26%

Uptown
Uptown
8%
11%

3+ BRs
14%
Downtown
28%

3+ BRs
14%
Downtown
Downtown
3+ BRs
28%
25%
28%

West Side
1 BR
19%
40%

Midtown

EastSide
Side
East
24%
22%

Studio
Studio
15%
12%

Studio
15%

West Side
20%
1 BR
38%

Midtown

Financial
District
Financial
District
& Battery
Park
City
& Battery
Park
City
4% 6%
East Side
22%

Uptown
11%

Studio
17%

Studio
17%

Studio
12%

Downtown
3+ BRs
25%
28%

Financial District
& Battery Park City
4%
East Side
21%

1 BR
31%
West Side
West Side
16%
119%
BR
40%
Midtown
Midtown

Midtown

2 BR notable
2 BR 19%
2 BR sellers’
2 BR affect
16% 21%sales
21%
19%
16%
Comparing
the market share
of sales to inventory yields
differences that can
buyers’ searches and
29%
29%
31%
31%
2 BR
2 BR
29%
29%
efforts, as supply and demand may not match. Here we compare market share of sales and inventory by various measures.

Price Point

PRICE POINT

The largest annual change in market
share by price point occurred for
apartments priced under $500K, which
decreased from 20% of the market last
year to 18% this quarter. The decrease in
low priced units was further evident with
active
listings, as only 10% of available
Midtown
Midtown
21%
19%
inventory was in this price range.

$0-500K
$0-500K
Financial District
Financial
District
Financial District
Financial
District
$0 -500K
$0 -500K $500K-1M Financial District
20%$500K-1M
20%
$0-500K
$0-500K
& Battery Park City
& Battery Park City
& Battery
Park
City
& Battery Park City
Uptown
Uptown
& Battery
Park
City
10%
10%
Uptown
Uptown
Uptown 18%
Uptown18%
23%
$5M+
$5M+
$5M+
East23%
Side
$5M+
East Side
4%
4%
8%
4%
8%
East Side
East Side
11%
11%
10%
10%
East24%
Side
East Side 4% 6%
6%
6%
5%
5%
24%
21%
21%
22%
22%
$3M-5M
$3M-5M
$3M-$5M+
5M
$3M- 5M
$5M+
7%
6%19%
$500K-1M
7%
6%
$500K-1M
19%
$500K- 1M
1M
35%
INVENTORY
35%
3Q15
3Q14 $500K$2M-3M
36%
$2M-3M
36%
$2M-3M
$2M-3M
9%
9%
10%
10%
$1M - 2M
$1M - 2M
23% Side
23% Side
Downtown
Downtown
West
West
$3M-5M
$3M-5M
Downtown
Downtown
West Side
West Side
Downtown
Downtown
26%
26%
West Side
West Side
16%
16%
13%
28%25% $1M-2M
28%
20%
20%
25% 13%
$1M-2M
19%
$1M-2M
$1M-2M
$2M-3M 19%
$2M-3M
24%
24%
24%
24%
12%
12%

t
y

ct
ity

Midtown
19%

Bedrooms
Resale
Condo
The share of sales by bedroom
type
Studio
31%
17%
New Dev
was nearly unchanged year-over-year.
11%
3+ BRs$0-500K
18%
16%
$5M+
Inventory was significantly
different than
6%
$3M-5M
recent sales for two types:
1 BR
7%1 bedroom $500K-1M
38%
35%
$2M-3M
Resale Co-op
Resale
Co-op
units
comprised
38%
of
sales
this
10%
43% $1M - 2M
2 BR
58%
29%
23%
2 BR
$3M-5M quarter
29% but only 31% of inventory, and 3+
13%
$1M-2M
$2M-3M
12%
bedroom
units claimed 16% of24%
sales but
a significantly larger 28% of inventory.

Property Type
Financial District
& Battery Park City
East Side
4%
24%
Resale Condo
40%

2 BR
29%

Resale Condo
Studio
31%
17%
New Dev
11%
3+ BRs$0-500K
18%
16%
$5M+
6%
$3M-5M
3Q15
1 BR
7%
$500K-1M
38%
35%
$2M-3M Resale Co-op
2 BR
10%
58%
29%

$2M-3M

$3M-5M

Midtown
Midtown
16% 21%

$5M+

2 BR
29%

$1M-2M
24%

1 Bedroom

Studio

Financial District
& Battery Park City
4%
East Side
21%
Resale Condo
31%

Financial District
& Battery Park City
4%
East Side
21%
Resale Condo
31%

Uptown
10%

New Dev
11%

Studio
3Q15
17%

Downtown
26%
3+ BRs
16%
1 BR
38%

Resale
Condo
Resale
Condo
Studio
33%
40%
Studio
New Dev 15%
12%
$0-500K
8%$0 -500K
New
Dev 20%$500K-1M
3+
BRs
1 BR
17% 10%
23%
14%
$5M+
31%
3+5%
BRs
1
INVENTORY BR
$3M-28%
5M
$5M+
40%
6%19%
$500K- 1M
$2M-3M Resale
Co-op
Resale
Co-op 36%
9%
59%
43% $1M - 2M
2 BR
23%
31%
2 BR
$3M-5M
29%
13%
$1M-2M $2M-3M
24%
12%

Resale Condo
Studio
33%
New Dev 15%
$0-500K
8%
20%
3+ BRs
14%
$5M+
5%
1 BR
$3M- 5M
3Q14
40%
6%
$500K- 1M
$2M-3M Resale Co-op
36%
9%
59%
2 BR
31%

$1M-2M
24%

Uptown
10%

New Development market share of sales
increased from 8% lastNew
year
to 11% this
Dev
11%
New Dev quarter. Resale co-ops had
a shortage in
17%
Downtown
Studio
Studio
West Side
West Side
Downtown supply ofStudio
17%
26%
12%
12%
inventory
compared
to sales,
16%
20%
25%
3+ BRs
1 BR
1 BR
16%
with 58% of sales
31%
31% but only 43%
3+
BRs
Resale
Co-op
Resale
Co-op
Midtown
Midtown
28%
43%
58%
of inventory.
21%
19%
2 BR
29%

$1M-2M

BEDROOMS

Resale Condo
Studio 40%
12%
-500K $500K-1M
New$0
Dev
1 BR
17% 10%
23%
31%
3+ BRs
28%
$5M+
19%

Uptown
8%

Midtown
16%

$500K-1M

$0-500K

West Side
20%

3+ Bedroom

PROPERTY TYPE
Financial District

Financial District
& Battery
Park
City
Uptown
& Battery
Park
City Uptown
East
Side
8%
11%
East
Side
East Side 4% 6%
24%
22%
22%
Resale
Condo
Resale
Condo
Resale Condo
40%
33%
33%
New Dev
New Dev
8%
8%
New Dev
17%
INVENTORY
Studio
Studio
Studio
West Side
Downtown
Downtown
Downtown 12%
15%
West Side
15%
West Side
16%
28%
28%
25%
19%
19%
Uptown
11%

3Q14

3+ BRs
14%

Resale
Co-op
Midtown
58%
1 BR
19%

3+ BRs
14%

1 BR
31%
3+ BRs
Resale
Co-op
Co-op
BR
Midtown
Midtown
28%1 Resale
43%
59%
40%
16%
21%

Resale
Co-op 1 BR
Midtown
40%
59%
16%

38%

2 BR
29%

2 Bedroom

Resale Condo

Neighborhood

2 BR
31%

Resale Co-op

2 BR

31% Dev
New

2 BR
29%

NEIGHBORHOOD

$0-500K
$0-500K
Midtown had the most notable
annual
$0 -500K
20%$500K-1M
Financial$0-500K
District
20%
$0-500K
Financial District
Financial District
Financial District
Financial District
10%
&$5M+
Battery Park
City
& Battery Park City
Uptown
18%
Park City$5M+
23%
Uptown & Battery Park City& Battery
Uptown & Battery Park City$5M+
Uptown
Uptown18%
$5M+
East Side
4%
East Side
4%
8%
4%
4%
East
Side
East
Side
11%
11%
6%
10%
10%
6%
East Side
6%
East
change in share24%
of sales, increasing
from
5% Side
5%
24%
21%
21%
22%
22%
$3M-5M
$3M-5M
$3M-$5M+
5M
$3M- 5M
$5M+
7%
6%19%
$500K-1M
7%
6%
The $500K-1M
19% 16% last year to 19% this quarter.
$500K- 1M
$500K- 1M
35%
35%
$2M-3M
36%
$2M-3M
36%
$2M-3M
$2M-3M
INVENTORY $1M - 2M
9%
9%
West
Side
had
differential
3Q15
3Q14
10%
$1M
- 2M the largest10%
Downtown
Downtown
West Side
West Side
West Side
Downtown
Downtown
West
Side
Downtown
West
Side
23%
Downtown
23%
26%
26%
West Side28%
West Side
16%
16%
28%
$3M-5M 16% 25%
$3M-5M
20%
25%
20%
19%
19%
13%between market share of inventory and
13%
$1M-2M
$1M-2M
$1M-2M
$1M-2M
$2M-3M
$2M-3M
24%
24%
24%
24%
12%
12%
Midtown
Midtown
Midtown sales,
Midtown
Midtown
Midtown 20% of sales but only
Midtown
comprising
21%
16%
21%
19%
16%
21%
19%
16% of inventory.
$0 -500K

Financial District$500K-1M
wn & Battery 10%
23%
Uptown
Park City
East Side
%
8%
6%
24%

-500K $500K-1M
$0 -500K $500K-1M
Resale Condo
10%
10%
23%
23%

East Side

West Side

Uptown

The Corcoran Group I p 5
$0-500K
Resale Condo
18%
$5M+

$5M+

$0-500K
Resale
Condo
18%

Midtown

Downtown

$0-500K
20%

Resale Condo

Financial District & Battery Park City

$0-500K
20%

$0 -500K $500K-1M
Resale
Condo
Condo
10%Resale
23%

MANHATTAN CORCORAN REPORT

3Q 2015

Resale Co-ops
The story of Manhattan’s resale co-op
market continues to be restricted
supply, which is causing price growth
but reducing sales. Resale co-op sales
during Third Quarter 2015 were down
1% from last year. The large decrease
in inventory, down 26% from last
year, caused a substantial decrease in
average Days on Market. The average
resale co-op unit was on the market
76 days before finding a buyer this
quarter, down from 105 days last year

NEIGHBORHOOD MEDIAN PRICES

3Q15

3Q14

% Chg (yr)

2Q15

% Chg (qtr)

2,298

2,322

-1%

2,397

-4%

76

105

-27%

89

-15%

2,082

2,801

-26%

2,728

-24%

2.7

3.6

-25%

3.4

-20%

Median Price

$780K

$700K

11%

$744K

5%

Average Price

$1.253M

$1.278M

-2%

$1.271M

-1%

Median PPSF

$1,008

$919

10%

$971

4%

Average PPSF

$1,210

$1,195

1%

$1,188

2%

Overview
Closed Sales
Average Days on Market
Inventory
Months of Supply
Prices

Median Price by Bedroom
Studio

$421K

$400K

5%

$420K

0%

$1.2

1 Bedroom

$685K

$625K

10%

$650K

5%

$1.0

2 Bedroom

$1.250M

$1.200M

4%

$1.285M

-3%

3+ Bedroom

$2.500M

$2.500M

0%

$2.650M

-6%

UPTOWN

$0.2
$0.0

DOWNTOWN

$0.4

MIDTOWN

$0.6

WEST SIDE

$0.8

EAST SIDE

Fig 6.A

and 89 days last quarter. Limited
inventory is also affecting supply
figures, with months of supply down
25% from last year to just 2.7 months.

465 West 23rd Street I WEB# 3488663

321 West 78th Street I WEB# 3468947

RESALE CO-OP HISTORICAL PRICES
Fig 6.B

$1,000

$1,600

$750

$1,200

$500

$800

$250

$400

$0
3Q2010

$0

3Q2011

3Q2012
Median Price

The Corcoran Group I p 6

3Q2013
Average PPSF

3Q2014
Median PPSF

3Q2015

Price Per Square Foot

Limited inventory is putting upward
pressure on prices, as median price
increased 11% year-over-year to
$780K, and median price per square
foot was up 10% year-over-year
to $1,008. The median price for all
bedroom sizes increased or stayed the
same from a year ago, with smaller,
less expensive units leading the way.
Median price for studios was up 5%
year-over-year to $421K, and one
bedroom units were up 10% to $685K.
Two bedroom median price had a
4% annual increase to $1.250M, and
three+ bedrooms were unchanged
from last year at $2.500M.

Median Price (in thousands)

Millions

Resale Co-ops

MANHATTAN CORCORAN REPORT

3Q 2015

Resale Condos
Resale condo sales during Third
Quarter 2015 were down 5% from
last year and 3% from last quarter to
1,232 closings. Inventory decreased
at the same pace as sales, down 5%
from last year to under 2,000 units.
The average time a unit was on the
market continued to decrease, down
23% from last year to 83 days this
quarter. The resale condo market
remained in an under-supplied
condition, with 4.7 months of supply,
which was unchanged from last year.

NEIGHBORHOOD MEDIAN PRICES
Fig 7.A

3Q14

% Chg (yr)

2Q15

% Chg (qtr)

1,232

1,303

-5%

1,275

-3%

83

108

-23%

100

-17%

1,935

2,039

-5%

2,222

-13%

4.7

4.7

0%

5.2

-10%

Median Price

$1.250M

$1.200M

4%

$1.285M

-3%

Average Price

$1.893M

$1.882M

1%

$2.054M

-8%

Median PPSF

$1,419

$1,339

6%

$1,429

-1%

Average PPSF

$1,688

$1,649

2%

$1,732

-3%

Overview
Closed Sales
Average Days on Market
Inventory
Months of Supply
Prices

Median Price by Bedroom
Studio

$690K

$600K

15%

$685K

1%

1 Bedroom

$985K

$923K

7%

$998K

-1%

2 Bedroom

$1.750M

$1.800M

-3%

$1.883M

-7%

3+ Bedroom

$3.620M

$3.495M

4%

$3.563M

2%

Pricing continued to increase, with
median price up 4% year-over-year to
$1.250M and average price up 1% to
$1.893M. The Downtown submarket
lead Manhattan in pricing again
this quarter, with a median price of
$1.872M. The East Side, West Side,
and Midtown all had median prices
over $1M during the third quarter.

1 Central Park South I WEB# 3431446

RESALE CONDO HISTORICAL PRICES
Fig 7.B

Median Price (in thousands)

$1,500

Price gains by bedroom size were
largest for smaller units, with studios
up 15% to a median of $690K and
one bedrooms up 7% to a median of
$985K. The only units with an annual
decrease in median price were two
bedrooms, which dropped 3% to
$1.750M.

80 Riverside Blvd I WEB# 3436294

$2,000

$1,600

$1,200

$900

$1,200

$600

$800

$300

$400

$0

$0

3Q2010

3Q2011

3Q2012
Median Price

The Corcoran Group I p 7

3Q2013
Average PPSF

3Q2014
Median PPSF

3Q2015

Price Per Square Foot

FIDI / BPC

3Q15

UPTOWN

$0.0

MIDTOWN

$0.5

WEST SIDE

$1.0

EAST SIDE

Millions

$1.5

DOWNTOWN

$2.0

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