Greenpoint was 10th most expensive neighborhood in 2019

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Ten years ago, Manhattan was home to the 10 priciest zip codes in the city.

Fast forward nearly a decade, and it’s no surprise that Brooklyn has cracked that list.

According to a new Property Club study, 11231, which covers Red Hook and Carroll Gardens, was the eighth priciest area in New York City. It had a mean sale price of $1.5 million last year.

The zip code of 11222, which is Greenpoint, placed 10th with a median sale price of $1.3 million in 2019.

The top seven zip codes are all in Manhattan, including Tribeca, SoHo, Hell’s Kitchen, Lincoln Square, Kips Bay and the Garment District.

According to the same report, Brooklyn was home to six of the 10 fastest-growing zip codes of the decade.

Second on that list is Greenpoint, which saw a 169% increase in home prices, from $519,307 in 2010 to over $1.3 million in 2019.

Topping that list is 11216, which covers Crown Heights and Bed-Stuy, which saw a $195% jump from $363,263 in 2019 to over $1 million.

Other Brooklyn neighborhoods on this list include Bushwick and Sunset Park.

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