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A recent report explored which Queens neighborhoods are offering renters the most space for their money when looking for apartments.

Zumper, a company that seeks to redesign the rental market for the 21st century, recently released a report that takes a look at which neighborhoods offer the least expensive price per square foot for spacious apartments. According to their findings, the median price per square foot in New York City as a whole comes to $2.14 per square foot of space.

The report listed the top five neighborhoods in each borough that offered the least expensive price per square foot. Zumper’s data found that the least expensive neighborhood was Auburndale, where apartments with the most space were priced at $1.03 per square foot.

Second on the list of least expensive neighborhoods is Bay Terrace, where the price jumps to $1.44 per square foot. Following behind Bay Terrace is Ozone Park, which offers prices of $1.67 per square foot for spacious apartments.

Rounding out the top five list of least expensive neighborhoods for spacious apartments in Queens were Rockaway Beach and Maspeth, which were priced at $1.91 and $2.01 per square foot, respectively.

Among the more expensive neighborhoods in Queens include Long Island City and Queens Village, which are priced at $4.50 and $4.27 per square foot, respectively.

Read the full report at zumper.com.

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