Originally part of Little Italy, this neighborhood North of today’s Little Italy has transformed into an upscale, coveted area of the city to call home. Nolita's brick and cast iron buildings are historic, defining the famous architecture the area is known for. The streets are lined with restaurants and boutiques that bring tinges of Old New York to mind, and while comparisons have been made between Nolita and Soho, Nolita is maturing into a distinct neighborhood in its own right.
The cobblestone streets provide a quaint feel rarely experienced in New York City, yet its location ensures easy access to busy, high-quality restaurants and stores. Nolita is not as commercial as the rest of Manhattan, making it an ideal living environment for someone looking for a trendy and convenient location without the constant bustle of Manhattan.