New York East Village Real Estate
About The East Village NYC
The East Village is the neighborhood to the north of the Lower East Side and to the east of Greenwich Village. The village stretches from Avenue D to the Bowery between Houston Street and 14th Street. After the gentrification of Greenwich Village this neighborhood become the new center of the underground downtown scene. Although still a haven for artists, writers, actors, and hippies, most of the art scene has moved down to Williamsberg, Brooklyn. This neighborhood is very similar to the adjacent neighborhood of Greenwich Village. There are many townhouses, walk-ups, and smaller buildings in the area, which allow for sunlight to reach the streets at all times of the day. Neighboring schools in the area include New York University and the New School. Any business that deals with the arts such as theater troupes and art galleries would be a perfect fit for this neigborhood. The neighborhood is known to be the home of less-conventional businesses that are often trailblazing trend setters in their respective fields.
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New York East Village Real Estate Guide
F, V to Lower East Side–Second Ave
B,D to Grand
J,M to Bowery; 6 to Broadway/Lafayette
Happiness Deli, 101 Delancey Street
Chase Manhattan, 109 Delancey Street
Washington Mutual, 104 Delancey Street
Pitt Office, 185 Clinton Street, between Grand and East Broadway
Knickerbocker Station, 168 E Broadway at Rutgers Street
7th Precinct, 19 ½ Pitt Street at Delancey Street 212-477-7311
Duane Reade, 100 Delancey Street (at Ludlow)
RX Plus, 289 Grand Street (at Eldridge)
Key Foods, a supermarket that rivals Gristedes and Food Emporium, is a short walk across Houston Street in the lower East Village. It is located on 4th Street and Avenue A
East Village Restaurants:
Explore the neighborhood and find a wide variety of food establishments, from top-rated Manhattan restaurants and international eateries to scrumptious sandwich shops and local diners. To sample a wide variety of Italian and South American fare, stop by The Orchard, a popular Lower East Side choice for both lunch and dinner.
East Village Nightlife:
The area in and around Essex, Clinton, Stanton, and Rivington Streets have enough bars, lounges, and clubs to keep you moving all night. If dancing is your thing, check out Sapphire Lounge and Element, and as far as dive bars and pubs go, Whiskey Ward, Lolita, and Essex Street Ale House are local favorites. To join the faux-hawk and sunglasses scene, stop by Fat Baby, The Living Room, and R Bar.