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Lower East Side
Lower East Side 370 Available Apartments
New York's proverbial working-class neighborhood, the Lower East Side is a bastion of old and new, with a mix of tenement buildings and newer luxury condominiums. The area's famed Jewish delis and ethnic restaurants neighbor art galleries, music venues and acclaimed restaurants situated along Clinton Street's "restaurant row."
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Greenwich Village
Greenwich Village 383 Available Apartments
A charming and historic neighborhood, Greenwich Village is known for its trademark jagged streets and starring role in the great literary and artistic movements of the 20th century. With Washington Square Park and New York University at the heart of the area, Greenwich Village boasts important landmarks, elegant mansions and exquisite pre-war co-ops lining Lower Fifth Avenue.
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NoLiTa/Little Italy
NoLiTa/Little Italy 80 Available Apartments
Like neighboring SoHo and NoHo, NoLiTa is prized for its historic buildings. The small enclave boasts high-end boutiques and restaurants, with less of the flash associated with its bigger neighbors. For a coffee and cannoli, there is no substitute for Little Italy.
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West Village
West Village 199 Available Apartments
Full of surprises, the West Village represents New York's past and its future, with historic landmarks, townhouses and buildings in the east; and trendy restaurants, bars, clubs and modern architectural masterpieces in the Meatpacking District and the Far West Village.
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NoHo
NoHo 50 Available Apartments
From exquisite 19th-century buildings to modern masterpieces along Bond Street, NoHo is an eclectic neighborhood that represents New York's always vibrant and ever-changing nature. The small downtown neighborhood is known for its casual and trendy bars, restaurants and boutiques.
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Downtown real estate news

14 Second Avenue: Sales launch on full-floor boutique condos at nexus of East Village and Lower East Side In New York City, it is not unheard of for residential buildings to launch sales before construction has even topped out. While strong sales this far in advance show lenders that there is interest in the building, the practice often means that prospective buyers have to buy sight unseen and wait ... Today, February 8, 2023
With millionaire renters at an all-time high, see New York City's most fabulous (and expensive!) rentals New York City is known for its astronomical rents, some at prices one would assume only a millionaire could afford. That is not hyperbole: A new study by RentCafe has found that the number of millionaire renters in New York has tripled over the past five years (from 905 is 2105 to 2,500 in 2020).... Tuesday, February 7, 2023

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Chelsea Chelsea is one of New York's most vibrant and eclectic neighborhoods, teeming with art galleries, nightlife and an abundance of recreational activities. Home to singles, couples and families, Chels...
Gramercy Park With its stately mansions and exquisite apartment buildings, Gramercy Park is one of the city's oldest, most prestigious neighborhoods that for many offers the ultimate amenity: access to Manhattan...
Greenwich Village A charming and historic neighborhood, Greenwich Village is known for its trademark jagged streets and starring role in the great literary and artistic movements of the 20th century. With Washington...
East Village As a larger subset of several distinct enclaves, the East Village is a diverse neighborhood, boasting premier music and arts venues, ethnic establishments, trendy bars and restaurants, and luxury c...
West Village Full of surprises, the West Village represents New York's past and its future, with historic landmarks, townhouses and buildings in the east; and trendy restaurants, bars, clubs and modern architec...
Lower East Side New York's proverbial working-class neighborhood, the Lower East Side is a bastion of old and new, with a mix of tenement buildings and newer luxury condominiums. The area's famed Jewish delis ...
NoLiTa/Little Italy Like neighboring SoHo and NoHo, NoLiTa is prized for its historic buildings. The small enclave boasts high-end boutiques and restaurants, with less of the flash associated with its bigger neighbors...
NoHo From exquisite 19th-century buildings to modern masterpieces along Bond Street, NoHo is an eclectic neighborhood that represents New York's always vibrant and ever-changing nature. The small downto...
SoHo With its signature loft buildings, SoHo is a magnet for the fashionable and the famous. The onetime artist haven is now known for its many global high-end fashion brands and smaller boutiques.
Tribeca New York's most expensive and safest neighborhood, Tribeca is famous for its large loft buildings, world-class restaurants and vibrant arts scene. Home to an ever- expanding list of celebrity re...
Flatiron/Union Square Boasting some of the world's finest restaurants, the Flatiron/Union Square area is one of the most popular, both for its exceptional offerings and proximity to both downtown and uptown.