Be allured by Nolita's trendy boutiques, sidewalk cafes, charming residences and excellent dining. Once considered part of Little Italy, "North of Little Italy" or Nolita has developed into one of Manhattan's most desirable neighborhoods for its cozy residential character, tree-lined blocks and exceptional retail shopping. Generally speaking, Nolita runs from Houston Street south to Broome Street, from Lafayette Street in the west to Bowery in the east. While Nolita maintains a strong historical tie to Little Italy, the area also shares borders with the fashionable SoHo and NoHo, as well as the trendy Lower East Side, which has become vividly apparent on the streets of Nolita. You find evidence of this at every turn, with numerous boutiques, eateries, coffee houses, and storefronts where you can find anything from vintage designs or original crafts, accessories, and jewelry. Pre-war, walk-up apartments and mixed-used buildings offer a charm and character that is unmistakable. Fall in love with Nolita and never dream of leaving!
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