|Area:||1,447,162 sq ft|
|Map:||Map of NoLiTa|
|Buildings:||47 rental buildings|
10 condo buildings
In many ways similar to Little Italy, from which it derived its name, but quieter, less touristy and more residential. NoLiTa only began being branded as a separate neighborhood in the 1990's: prior to that, Little Italy was considered be extending all the way up to Bleecker Street.
NoLiTa's central location, the quiet charm of its streets, the near absence of through-traffic (although its northern and eastern borders, Houston Street and Bowery respectively, are busy arteries) and a variety of small restaurants and boutiques on the ground floor level of the neighborhood's low-rise buildings constitute the neighborhood's biggest draws.
NoLiTa consists mostly of 5-6 story walk-up buildings, both old (turn-of-the-century tenement-type) and new. There are no high-rises.
See all NoLiTa Rental Apartment Buildings (47 buildings)
|$4,000||2-Bedroom at 57 Spring Street|
|$3,400||Studio at Mulberry South|
|$3,595||1-Bedroom at 234 Mott Street|
|$3,095||Studio at 285 Mott Street|
|$4,395||2-Bedroom at 21 Prince Street, 800 sq ft|
See all NoLiTa No-Fee Rental Apartments (23 total)
See all NoLiTa Condo Apartment Buildings (10 buildings)
A portmanteau word: NoLiTa = NOrth of LIttle ITaly.
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|rental statistics as of 31/Jul/2015.|