In PropertyShark’s latest report on the most expensive neighborhoods in New York City, Greenpoint placed 11th overall, just outside the top ten.
The area saw a 26 percent year-over-year increase. Based on 50 transactions in the third quarter, the neighborhood had a median sale price of $1,319,134.
That makes Greenpoint the third most expensive neighborhood in Brooklyn behind Cobble Hill ($1,795,000) at 7th overall and Carroll Gardens ($1,431,250) at 10th overall.
Williamsburg ended up tied at 24th place in Q3, with a median sale price of $999,000 based on 134 transactions – the most on the list. It saw a 5 percent increase in year-over-year change.
According to the report, Manhattan, the Bronx and Queens all had a decrease in the number of transactions year-over-year, with Queens dipping by 1.4 percent.
Here are the top 10 neighborhood by median sale price in Q3:
See the full PropertyShark report here.