Top Spots in New York Where Buyers Should Look Right Now

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IN UPTOWN

“Even with the new Second Avenue subway and more developments popping up in response to it,” says Claire Groome of Warburg Realty, “prices in Yorkville remain quite competitive.”

IN DOWNTOWN

Greenwich Village continues to draw buyers, since “it’s centrally located and full of conveniences,
and there’s a wide range of inventory,” says Katherine Salyi of Sotheby’s.
“Its value holds strong.”

IN THE HAMPTONS

Sag Harbor has become too popular for some East Enders, but it is still “very charming,” says Douglas Elliman Real Estate’s Alexander Boriskin, “and has more year-round appeal.”

GOING UPSTATE

According to Drew Hingson, an agent with Klemm Real Estate, the Columbia County towns of Stuyvesant and Ancram have the highest percentage of permanent conservation land in the Hudson Valley, guaranteeing that they’ll never be overdeveloped.