Little Italy

Manhattan

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The out-loud trendiness of surrounding areas Soho, Nolita, and the Lower East Side manages to keep out of this historic Lower Manhattan neighborhood. Perfect for lovers of gluten and dairy, the neighborhood offers classic culinary delights like Forlini’s, Di Fara, and Lombardi’s, and hosts the annual week-long Feast of San Gennaro (11 days of eating and free entertainment). A quick walk down the Little Italy section of Mulberry Street will give you a menu of dining options, both rustic and modern. Come for the indulgent cuisine, stay for the cozy atmosphere and downtown lifestyle.


Apartments in Little Italy




Locations in Little Italy


Buildings in Little Italy


171 Mott St

Little Italy, Manhattan
10 Apartments · Built 1900
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109 Mott St

Little Italy, Manhattan
26 Apartments · Built 1900
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158 Mott St

Little Italy, Manhattan
17 Apartments · Built 1905
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208 Grand St

Little Italy, Manhattan
22 Apartments · Built 1920
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121 Baxter St

Little Italy, Manhattan
27 Apartments · Built 1910
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365 Broome St

Little Italy, Manhattan
46 Apartments · Built 1900
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