A forward-thinking neighborhood with historic roots. In the nineteenth and early twentieth century, the Lower East Side was known as a hub for European immigrants, as well as the center of Jewish life in New York City.
Some of the best nightlife, dining, and entertainment in Manhattan.
Lounge during the day, dine at dusk, and party all night.
A quiet, residential neighborhood close to transportation.
Affordable. Mainly pre-war walk-ups, but there are a few newer luxury high-rise buildings.
The free-spirit tradition of this diverse, welcoming community.
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