“Rare find,” real estate ads often say. But here’s something that truly is: data on home sale prices per square foot for an entire borough.

The Real Deal delved into property records to find out which Brooklyn neighborhoods were the most and least expensive by the most fundamental measure — space.

TRD’s analysis is more revealing than the more common metric of median price, which can be distorted by changes in the types of homes sold.

Carroll Gardens and Flatbush in Brooklyn (Photos by Steven Pisano via Flickr; Mrbrklyn via Wikipedia; iStock) “Rare find,” real estate ads often say. But here’s something that truly is: data on home sale prices per square foot for an entire borough.

The Real Deal delved into property records to […]

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