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Living in New York, NY
New York, New York is a big city with a population of 8,461,961 residents. New York has a population density of 28,173 people per square mile. This would be considered well above the national population density level. More than a quarter of the residents of New York identify themselves as Hispanic or Latino, and 24% of the population speak Spanish as their primary or secondary language.
Living in New York can be a great experience for anyone relocating to the area. Having said that, in the state of New York, there are many incredible places to live, so choose wisely! The best areas in New York and in surrounding cities are easier to find when you are able to make informed decisions. Using data from amenities, cost of living, weather, you will see a detailed breakdown of the most important information as well as comparisons to the New York and national averages.
New York has a livability score of 62 out of 100 and is ranked #887 in New York and #21,637 in the USA. If we dig a little deeper into each category within the livability score, we see that New York has higher than average scores for the following: amenities (A+). On a less positive note, New York does not have favorable scores for the following: crime (D-), cost of living (F) and education (D). If we take a look at the data, we can find out why.
Conveniently located amenities and interesting attractions are a great way to continuously enjoy New York on a regular basis. Knowing that there are an abundance of amenities and things to do can ensure that you always have access to nearby grocery stores, restaurants and coffee shops. Some of the interesting things to do and attractions include: Central Park, Top of the Rock Observation Deck, and Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Jobs are always a hot topic for anyone looking to relocate to a new area. Your chances of finding new employment in New York is actually far better than most areas. With a low unemployment rate of 0.94%, finding work should be much easier than the average city.
Assuming that New York meets all of your requirements, the next most important item to examine is the affordability of real estate in New York. Everything else becomes a lot less important if it turns out that home prices in New York are simply unattainable. Median real estate prices in New York come in at $508,900, which is 77.8% higher than the New York average. The home price to income ratio compares the median home prices to the median household income. In New York, the home price to income ratio is 9.2, which is 95.7% higher than the New York average. Real estate appreciation rates in New York are important to consider, as they can act as a guide to determine if your new home purchase will be a solid investment going forward. During the last twelve months, the appreciation rate for New York homes comes in at 5.4%, and the 5 year appreciation rates were 7.7%.


All New York neighborhoods
Annandale
Ardon Heights
Astoria-Long Island City
Auburndale
Battery Park
Bay Ridge
Baychester
Bayside
Bedford Park
Bedford-Stuyvesant
Bensonhurst
Bloomfield-Chelsea-Travis
Boerum Hill
Borough Park
Brownsville
Bushwick
Canarsie
Carnegie Hill
Carroll Gardens
Central Park
Charlestown-Richmond Valley
Chelsea
Chinatown
City Island
Clearview
Clifton
Clinton
Cobble Hill
College Point
Coney Island
Corona
Country Club
Douglastown-Little Neck
Downtown
Dyker Heights
East Brooklyn
East Harlem
East Village
Eastchester
Ettingville
Financial District
Flatbush
Flushing
Fordham
Forest Hills
Fort Green
Fresh Kills
Garment District
Glendale
Gramercy
Gravesend-Sheepshead Bay
Great Kills
Greenwich Village
Greenwood
Hamilton Heights
Harlem
High Bridge
Howard Beach
Howland Hook
Huguenot
Hunts Point
Inwood
Jackson Heights
Jamaica
Kings Bridge
Laurelton
Little Italy
Lower East Side
Mapleton-Flatlands
Mariners Harbor
Maspeth
Middle Village
Midland Beach
Midtown
Morningside Heights
Morris Heights
Morris Park
Mott Haven
Murray Hill
New Brighton
Nkew Gardens
North Sutton Area
Oakwood
Park Slope
Parkchester
Port Richmond
Prince's Bay
Queens Village
Queensboro Hill
Red Hook
Richmondtown
Ridgewood
Riverdale
Rosebank
Rosedale
Rossville
Saintalbans
Soho
Soundview
South Beach
South Bronx
Springfield Gardens
Spuyten Duyvil
Steinway
Sunny Side
Sunset Park
The Rockaways
Throggs Neck
Todt Hill
Tottensville
Tremont
Tribeca
Union Port
University Heights
Upper East Side
Upper West Side
Utopia
Wakefield-Williamsbridge
Washington Heights
West Village
Westerleigh-Castleton
Whitestone
Williams Bridge
Williamsburg
Woodhaven-Richmond Hill
Woodlawn-Nordwood
Woodrow
Woodside
Yorkville
The city of New York, NY has a population of 8,461,961 and a population density of 28,173 people per square mile. There are a total of 129 New York, NY neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Rosedale and the largest neighhorhood by population is Gravesend-Sheepshead Bay. The New York, NY neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.
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