Looking back on 2015, it was a veritable real estate apocalypse for most anyone who doesn't sleep on a mattress made of $100 bills. It has never before been more expensive to buy in Manhattan, and Brooklyn rental prices are higher now than ever before. At a time when costs in the city just keep going up, the dream of living alone may seem like a dream deferred. But there's a light at the end of the tunnel. DNAinfo has used StreetEasy stats to map median asking rent in 2015, and set it to a handy interactive map that suggests neighborhoods you can live alone in depending on yearly salary.