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Little Italy

Area2,023,070 sq ft
MapMap of Little Italy
Listing(s)4 no-fee
Buildings24 rental buildings
9 condo buildings
1 coop building

Neighborhood Profile

Little Italy flourished in the first half of the 20th century as an ethnic enclave, but was in decline by the mid-1970s, when local residents joined forces to create the Little Italy Restauration Association (LIRA). This organization was instrumental in making urban planning changes, most importantly declaring a section of Mulberry Street a pedestrian-only zone.

Apartments & Buildings

Selected Rental Buildings

→ See all Little Italy Rental Apartment Buildings (24 buildings)

Selected No-Fee Rental Listings

$2,395 1-Bedroom at 165 Mulberry Street
$2,996 1-Bedroom at 384 Broome Street
$5,095 3-Bedroom at 115 Mulberry Street

→ See all Little Italy No-Fee Rental Apartments (4 total)

Condo & Co-op Buildings

→ See all Little Italy Condo Apartment Buildings (9 buildings)

→ See all Little Italy Co-op Apartment Buildings (1 building)


Around 10,000 people live in Little Italy, although, it should be noted, the neighborhood is simply overrun by tourists.

Neighborhood Updates

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Current Rental Statistics

1-Bedroom$2,695 $2,695 3
3-Bedroom$5,095 $5,095 1
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rental statistics as of 06/May/2016.