These Are the Priciest Zip Codes in the New York Metro Area

These Are the Priciest Zip Codes in the New York Metro Area

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According to data collected by Property Shark in 2017, SoHo and Tribeca are among the nation’s most expensive places to live, but in the New York metro (excluding the Hamptons), even the townhouse-studded Upper East Side didn’t crack our region’s top 10.

It comes as no surprise that trendy Tribeca tops the list (twice), but other expensive neighborhoods might just surprise you. Anyone up for a slice of Rye?

1. Tribeca, 10013

2017 Median Closing Price: $4.1 million

2. Tribeca, 10007

2017 Median Closing Price: $3.989 million

3. Battery Park City, 10282

2017 Median Closing Price: $2.775 million

4. FiDi, 10006

2017 Median Closing Price: $2.571 million

5. Upper West Side, 10069

2017 Median Closing Price: $2.161 million

6. Old Westbury (Nassau County), 11568

2017 Median Closing Price: 1.813 million

7. SoHo/NoHo, 10012

2017 Median Closing Price: $1.808 million

8. Rye (Westchester County), 10580

2017 Median Closing Price: $1.79 million

9. Manhasset (Nassau County), 11030

2017 Median Closing Price: $1.6 million

10. Great Neck (Nassau County), 11024

2017 Median Closing Price: $1.57 million