In PropertyShark’s latest report on the most expensive neighborhoods in New York City, Hunters Point placed 31st overall.
The area saw a 7 percent year-over-year increase. Based on 102 transactions, the median sales price in the third quarter was $895,572.
That makes the Long Island City neighborhood the second most expensive neighborhood in Queens, proceeded by Ditmars-Steinway ($1,075,000) at 21st overall. Belle Harbor ($890,000), East Flushing ($890,000) and Queensboro Hill are tied for 32nd at $890,000.
According to the report, Manhattan, the Bronx and Queens all had a decrease in the number of transactions year-over-year, with Queens dipping by 1.4 percent.
But every Queens neighborhood on their list posted a year-over-year increase this quarter.
Here are the top 10 neighborhood by median sale price in Q3:
See the full PropertyShark report here.