NoLiTa

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Borough Manhattan
Area 1,450,355 sq. ft.
Rental listings 24 no-fee, 4 fee ads
Median rent $5,285

Neighborhood Profile

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.

Current Rental Statistics

LayoutAdsMedianAverage
Studio 0$0$0
1 Bedroom 18$4,980$5,057
2 Bedroom 10$6,700$6,101
3+ Bedrooms 0$0$0
Total 28$5,285$5,430
See all NoLiTa Apartments for Rent

Total: 24 no-fee, 4 fee ads

Neighborhood "Skyline"

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Current Rental Listings (10 out of 28)

Buildings in the Neighborhood

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.

• 6 floors • 28 units
5 no-fee ads Last: < 55 mins
• 5 floors • 18 units
4 no-fee ads Last: < 55 mins
• 6 floors • 15 units
1 fee ad Last: 2 days ago
• 5 floors • 16 units
3 no-fee, 1 fee ads Last: 5 days ago
• 6 floors • 48 units
3 no-fee ads Last: 5 days ago
• 6 floors • 74 units
2 no-fee ads Last: 5 days ago
• 6 floors • 74 units
1 no-fee ad Last: 5 days ago
• 6 floors • 15 units
1 no-fee ad Last: 5 days ago
• 6 floors • 21 units
1 fee ad Last: 7 days ago
• 8 floors • 35 units
1 fee ad Last: 7 days ago

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