NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The coronavirus pandemic continues to affect the Manhattan real estate market.
According to StreetEasy, the median rent has fallen below $3,000. That is the lowest price since 2011.READ MORE: Gov. Cuomo Says He Will Not Resign Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations: 'I Never Touched Anyone Inappropriately'
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The third quarter of 2020 also marked the first time since 2010 that Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens all recorded year-over-year rent declines.
StreetEasy says renters are no longer willing to pay the so-called “commute premium” of living in Manhattan, because so many people are working from home.MORE NEWS: Caught On Camera: Asian Man Brutally Beaten At Lower East Side Subway Station
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