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NYC Has Three Of The Nation's 10 Priciest Retail Corridors

NYC has three of the nation’s top 10 priciest retail corridors, including the two most expensive streets in the country for retailers: upper Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue.

Here’s a look at the most expensive streets for retail in the country, according to data from The Fiscal Times and National Real Estate Investor.

10) Penn Quarter, Washington, DC. Average Price PSF: $220/SF

9) Walnut Street, Philadelphia. Average Price PSF: $225/SF

8) Lincoln Road, Miami. Average Price PSF: $350/SF

7) Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu. Average Price PSF: $420/SF

6) Michigan Avenue, Chicago. Average Price PSF: $480/SF

5) Union Square, San Francisco. Average Price PSF: $650/SF

4) Broadway and Prince streets in Soho, NYC. Average Price PSF: $795/SF

3) Rodeo Drive, Beverley Hills. Average Price PSF: $800/SF

2) Madison Avenue, NYC. Average Price PSF: $1,500/SF

1) Upper Fifth Avenue, NYC. Average Price PSF: $3,500/SF

[LlenRock]