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Nolita: Located north of Little Italy, Nolita was originally considered part of Little Italy but has gradually lost most of its recognizable Italian character. As trendy restaurants, bars and boutiques popped up in Nolita’s winding streets, the area started developing a separate identity from the surrounding neighborhoods. Similar to SoHo, Nolita is known for its architecture and “hip” reputation. However, Nolita lacks the high density of tourists that flock to its neighbors, allowing for a more local feel. Known for its fashionable retail, young residents and expensive apartments, Nolita is slowly splitting from its association with SoHo and Little Italy, maturing into a full-fledged neighborhood.

Nolita $2,686 per ft² (avg.)
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Little Italy $1,258 per ft² (avg.)
Soho $2,371 per ft² (avg.)
Noho $2,393 per ft² (avg.)
Lower East Side $968 per ft² (avg.)
New Developments

12 For Sale

0 new listings, 0 sold this week

median: $2,349,500 | $2,315 per ft² | 1,500 ft²   View All Listings

250 Bowery #5A
$1,895,000 for sale
2 beds2 baths935 ft²
Condo in Nolita
14 Prince Street #2C
$1,100,000 for sale
2 beds1 bath
Condo in Nolita
262 Mott #PH505
$1,950,000 for sale
1 bed1 bath950 ft²
Condo in Nolita

74 For Rent

6 new listings, 4 rented this week

median: $3,495 | $58 per ft² | 900 ft²   View All Listings

19 Prince Street
$4,500 for rent
1 bed1 bath850 ft²
Rental Unit in Nolita
85 Kenmare Street
$2,450 for rent
2 beds1 bath
Rental Unit in Nolita
85 Kenmare Street
$2,450 for rent
1 bed1 bath
Rental Unit in Nolita

3 New Developments

median: $2,150,000 | $2,941 per ft² | 731 ft²   View All Listings

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