Published Nov 3, 2017 at 11:26 AM | Updated at 11:28 AM EDT on Nov 3, 2017
It's no secret that renting in New York City isn't cheap.
But just how much do you need to make to rent in some of the city's priciest neighborhoods?
Real estate site StreetEasy has conducted a study to find out.
For the study, StreetEasy applied the 40-times-the-rent rule to its data on median asking rents for market-rate apartments in each neighborhood in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.
Manhattan was the most expensive, with Central Park South coming in at the priciest.
Take a look below to see just how much you should earn if you want to live in New York City's most expensive neighborhoods.(For the full study and an interactive map from StreetEasy, click here.)