When adjusted for inflation, rents throughout New York City have risen a staggering 32 percent since 2002. Think that's bad? Well, it is (as seen here), but in certain neighborhoods, rents have soared twice as much, or even almost threefold. A report released by the nonprofit Community Service Society says that rents in Central Harlem have risen 90 percent in the last 12 years, from a median rent of $821 to 2014's $1,560. Central Harlem is the neighborhood that's most acutely felt the rise in rents since 2002, with Bed-Stuy following with a median rent increase of 63 percent from $921 to $1,500. Other neighborhoods that follow close behind are the lumped areas of Fort Greene/Dumbo/Brooklyn Heights with a 59 percent increase, and Washington Heights/Inwood with a 55 percent increase in median rent (h/t NYDN).