Carrie Bradshaw might want to rethink whether she can afford that Cosmo.
Manhattan real estate prices have been notoriously frothy, but a clutch of recent data reinforced the lament of the city's renters, where the market is equally as expensive. The median price of a one-bedroom rental apartment rose by 1.2 percent in May, according to real estate firm MNS's latest monthly report, with the average price jumping by 0.55 percent to nearly $3950.
This week brought more bracing news for the Big Apple's would-be apartment hunters. According to Apartment List data, New York rents have jumped...
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