123 Washington Street

NoLita

 

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About NoLita

Nolita Neighborhood in NYC: DOWNTOWN

Nolita was once known as being part of the Italian enclave Little Italy from the 1800s up until it transformed itself in the 1990s into an independent and trendy neighborhood that stands on its own as a fashion and luxury real estate haven. Nestled nicely between SOHO and NOHO, and north of Little Italy, where it gets its name NoLIta, this newly affluent neighborhood is home to not just fantastic boutiques, but some remarkable landmarks among great lofts.

The Puck building is one of its gems widely known for its ornate interior encapsulated by Romanesque architecture and featuring exquisite details of hand-sculpted replicas from Shakespeare’s a Midsummer’s Night Dream. There is also the landmarked Brewster Carriage House on Broome Street, now renovated into much sought after condominiums at the cultural crossroads of little Italy and SOHO that has strategically mixed 19th century heritage with contemporary luxury, it’s no wonder its nine residents revel in its historical essence.

Resurrection on Mott Street is just one of the high-end designer boutiques bringing shoppers, and even notable couturiers like Marc Jacobs, that venture there for inspiration, face to face with a trove of top notch vintage fashion from Gucci to Lanvin, that are usually showcased in magazines. Lombardi’s restaurant on Spring Street is New York City’s classic go-to for residents and tourists alike for over 100 years as it is the first American pizzeria and has visitors boasting it is the best pizza in the country. The aspect most cherished by the residents of this area however, is the fact that you can get a New York feel without the crowdedness seen in other Manhattan neighborhoods. Nolita is a unique area that still feels homey and rather quiet despite containing some of the City’s best treasures.

Nolita Neighborhood in NYC: DOWNTOWN

Nolita was once known as being part of the Italian enclave Little Italy from the 1800s up until it transformed itself in the 1990s into an independent and trendy neighborhood that stands on its own as a fashion and luxury real estate haven. Nestled nicely between SOHO and NOHO, and north of Little Italy, where it gets its name NoLIta, this newly affluent neighborhood is home to not just fantastic boutiques, but some remarkable landmarks among great lofts.

The Puck building is one of its gems widely known for its ornate interior encapsulated by Romanesque architecture and featuring exquisite details of hand-sculpted replicas from Shakespeare’s a Midsummer’s Night Dream. There is also the landmarked Brewster Carriage House on Broome Street, now renovated into much sought after condominiums at the cultural crossroads of little Italy and SOHO that has strategically mixed 19th century heritage with contemporary luxury, it’s no wonder its nine residents revel in its historical essence.

Resurrection on Mott Street is just one of the high-end designer boutiques bringing shoppers, and even notable couturiers like Marc Jacobs, that venture there for inspiration, face to face with a trove of top notch vintage fashion from Gucci to Lanvin, that are usually showcased in magazines. Lombardi’s restaurant on Spring Street is New York City’s classic go-to for residents and tourists alike for over 100 years as it is the first American pizzeria and has visitors boasting it is the best pizza in the country. The aspect most cherished by the residents of this area however, is the fact that you can get a New York feel without the crowdedness seen in other Manhattan neighborhoods. Nolita is a unique area that still feels homey and rather quiet despite containing some of the City’s best treasures.

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Nolita Neighborhood in NYC: DOWNTOWN

Nolita was once known as being part of the Italian enclave Little Italy from the 1800s up until it transformed itself in the 1990s into an independent and trendy neighborhood that stands on its own as a fashion and luxury real estate haven. Nestled nicely between SOHO and NOHO, and north of Little Italy, where it gets its name NoLIta, this newly affluent neighborhood is home to not just fantastic boutiques, but some remarkable landmarks among great lofts.

The Puck building is one of its gems widely known for its ornate interior encapsulated by Romanesque architecture and featuring exquisite details of hand-sculpted replicas from Shakespeare’s a Midsummer’s Night Dream. There is also the landmarked Brewster Carriage House on Broome Street, now renovated into much sought after condominiums at the cultural crossroads of little Italy and SOHO that has strategically mixed 19th century heritage with contemporary luxury, it’s no wonder its nine residents revel in its historical essence.

Resurrection on Mott Street is just one of the high-end designer boutiques bringing shoppers, and even notable couturiers like Marc Jacobs, that venture there for inspiration, face to face with a trove of top notch vintage fashion from Gucci to Lanvin, that are usually showcased in magazines. Lombardi’s restaurant on Spring Street is New York City’s classic go-to for residents and tourists alike for over 100 years as it is the first American pizzeria and has visitors boasting it is the best pizza in the country. The aspect most cherished by the residents of this area however, is the fact that you can get a New York feel without the crowdedness seen in other Manhattan neighborhoods. Nolita is a unique area that still feels homey and rather quiet despite containing some of the City’s best treasures.

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