nypost.com – Amber Jamieson
No matter where you live in New York City, you can afford to live in the nicest neighborhoods in the world’s best cities, a real-estate survey shows.
Residents of Harlem, for example, would save cash by moving to the Eighth Arrondissement in Paris, home of the Champs-Élysées, because the average cost per square foot is higher in Harlem ($963 vs. $944), according to a new comparison map developed by NeighborhoodX, a real-estate Web site.
Artsy East Village residents would pay a nearly identical price per square foot ($1,354) in the sandstone terraces of Belgravia in London, where Russian oligarchs buy homes for $150 million ($1,367 per square foot).
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