East Village is one of the most iconic neighborhoods in Manhattan. Historically, the neighborhood was home to a large Eastern European community, before musicians, artists, and counter-culture folks called East Village home. While historic prewar buildings provide an old-fashioned charm, a growing number of upscale apartments and condominiums are rising between the art-tagged buildings, creating a fantastic juxtaposition that adds a new chapter to the neighborhood’s extensive history with art and culture.
Nowadays, East Village is bustling with activity, with busy streets and full shops at any time during the day. College students, young professionals, and old and new residents make up its diverse, close-knit community that preserves the neighborhood’s richness. With plenty of bars and eateries, East Village’s nightlife has plenty to offer visitors and locals alike. Live in one of the most desirable residential neighborhoods that defines New York City like no other.