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Here Now, a Condensed History of New York City Real Estate

Curbed NY contributor and market demigod Jonathan Miller whipped the last century of NYC real estate into the chart above, which depicts how the city's stats have changed with the decades. Researching the topic, he writes, "I came to appreciate the single constant in the tumultuous ebb and flow of housing: a market that continually adapts to significant economic, political, and social change." Cursor over and click through the gallery above to get the details of Miller's findings.

· Change is Constant: 100 Years of New York Real Estate [Matrix via Curbed NY]