The price of land in the New York metropolitan area
David Bedoll and
Current Issues in Economics and Finance, 2008, issue apr
The price of vacant land in an urban area is a fundamental indicator of an area's attractiveness. However, because the value of vacant land is hard to measure, indirect methods are typically used to gauge prices. A more direct approach to measuring land prices, using a unique data set, reveals that the price of unimproved land in the New York area is high, and rose sharply from 1999 to 2006. The rising trend suggests the underlying strength of the area's economy and the increasing value of the area's productivity and amenities.
Keywords: Federal Reserve District, 2nd; Economic conditions; Prices; Urban economics; Land use (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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