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New York Quick Statistics
Population 2008: 19.5 Million – 3rd Highest State Population
Largest Cities :
New York City (1st Rank) - 8,250,000;  Buffalo (69) – 273,000; Rochester (97) – 207,000; Yonkers (109) – 199,000

Others:  Syracuse, Albany, New Rochelle
 
Notable Areas:

New York City, NYC, The City of New York:
NYC is the most populous city in the United States, while the New York metropolitan area ranks among the world's most populous urban areas. Located on the Atlantic coast of the Northeastern United States, the city consists of five boroughs: The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island.  It is the most densely populated major city in the United States, with an estimated 8.3M people occupying less than 305 square miles (790 km2).
 
Today, the city has many landmarks and neighborhoods that are famous worldwide. The Statue of Liberty, located on Liberty Island in New York harbor, greeted millions of arriving in America by sea in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Wall Street, in Lower Manhattan, has been a leading global financial center since World War II and is home to the New York Stock Exchange. The city also houses several of the tallest buildings in the world, including the Empire State Building and the twin towers of the former World Trade Center.
 
Long Island:
Located just east of Manhattan and stretching northeast into the Atlantic Ocean, Long Island contains four counties, two of which (Queens and Kings) are boroughs of New York City, and two of which (Nassau and Suffolk) are mainly suburban areas. In the region, Long Island is only second to New York City as a destination for tourists, with its beaches, racetracks, and other recreational facilities.   
 
Other:
Hudson Valley’s numerous attractions include the US Military Academy (West Point), the Franklin D. Roosevelt home at Hyde Park, Bear Mountain State Park, and several wineries. North of Hudson Valley is Albany, with its massive government center, Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller Plaza, often called the Albany Mall; Saratoga Springs, home of an arts center, racetrack, and spa; and the Adirondack region, with its forest preserve, summer and winter resorts, and abundant hunting and fishing. Northwest of the Adirondacks, in the St. Lawrence River, are the Thousand Islands, which are actually some 1,800 small islands extending over about 50 mi (80 km), very popular among freshwater fishermen and summer vacationers.
 
In central New York, scenic sites include the resorts of the Catskills and the vistas of the Finger Lakes region, including Taughannock Falls in Trumansburg, the highest waterfall east of the Rockies. Further west lie Buffalo and Niagara Falls. South of the Niagara Frontier is the Southwest Gateway, where notable features include the Chautauqua Lake and Allegany State Park (New York’s largest).

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New York Apartment Rental Market Snapshot

Average Apartment Rent in New York, NY
# of Bedrooms
Apt Rent
Studio
$2,472
1 Bed
$2,931
2 Bed
$4,286
3 Bed
$6,003

Average Apartment Rent in Buffalo, NY
# of Bedrooms
Apt Rent
Studio
$599
1 Bed
$715
2 Bed
$882
3 Bed
$833

Average Apartment Rent in Rochester, NY
# of Bedrooms
Apt Rent
Studio
$683
1 Bed
$714
2 Bed
$848
3 Bed
$915

Average Apartment Rent in Yonkers, NY
# of Bedrooms
Apt Rent
Studio
$1,360
1 Bed
$1,447
2 Bed
$1,824
3 Bed
$1,800


 

New York Real Estate Market
Average New York Home Sales Price
1 Bedrooms - $157K
2 Bedrooms - $146K  
3 Bedrooms - $173K
4 Bedrooms - $242K
Average NY Home Sales Price: $113 to $168 per sq/ft

New York City Real Estate Market
Average New York City Home Sales Price
1 Bedrooms - $837K
2 Bedrooms - $1.73M
3 Bedrooms - $3.26M
4 Bedrooms - $5.84M
Average Home Sales Price: $2.11M
Median Home Sales Price: $995K
Average Price per Square Feet: $1,221
 
Buffalo Real Estate Market
Average Buffalo Home Sales Price
1 Bedrooms - $180K
2 Bedrooms - $150K
3 Bedrooms - $103K
4 Bedrooms - $134K
Average Home Sales Price: $129K
Median Home Sales Price: $56K
Average Price per Square Feet: $50

Rochester Real Estate Market
Average Rochester Home Sales Price
1 Bedrooms - $208K
2 Bedrooms - $196K
3 Bedrooms - $146K
4 Bedrooms - $161K
Average Home Sales Price: $178K
Median Home Sales Price: $93K
Average Price per Square Feet: $70
Syracuse Real Estate Market
Average Syracuse Home Sales Price
2 Bedrooms - $117K
3 Bedrooms - $116K
4 Bedrooms - $169K
Average Home Sales Price: $142K
Median Home Sales Price: $43K
Average Price per Square Feet: $30


New York Income:
Median Household: $43,393
Median Family: $51,691
Per Capita Income: $23,389

New York City Income:
Median Household: $38,293
Median Family: $41,887
Per Capita Income: $22,402
 
Buffalo Income:
Median Household: $24,536
Median Family: $30,614
Per Capita Income: $14,991

Rochester Income:
Median Household: $27,123
Median Family: $31,257
Per Capita Income: $15,588

Syracuse Income:
Median Household: $25,000
Median Family: $33,026
Per Capita Income: $15,168


Education:
State University of New York (SUNY):  Established in 1948, SUNY is one of the largest university systems in the country and encompasses university colleges of arts and sciences, specialized colleges, agricultural and technical colleges, statutory colleges (allied with private universities), health sciences centers, and locally sponsored community colleges. University centers include Buffalo, Albany, and Binghamton.

City University of New York (CUNY): The City University of New York was created in 1961, although many of its component institutions (including 12 four-year institutions) were founded much earlier. Under an open-enrollment policy adopted in 1970, every New York City resident with a high school diploma is guaranteed the chance to earn a college degree within the CUNY system (which CUNY campus the student attends is determined by grade point average).

Private Universities: The oldest private university in the state is Columbia University, founded in New York City as Kings College in 1754. Also part of Columbia is Barnard College (all women) and Columbia University Teachers College. Other major private institutions are Cornell University in Ithaca (1865); Fordham University in Manhattan and the Bronx (1841); New York University in Manhattan (1831); Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy (1824); St. John's University in Queens (1870); Syracuse University (1870); and the University of Rochester (1850). Among the state's many smaller but highly distinguished institutions are Hamilton College, the Juilliard School, the New School for Social Research, Rockefeller University, Sarah Lawrence College, Vassar College, and Yeshiva University.


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