Lower East Side
South of Houston Street, north of Canal, and west of the FDR Drive, the neighborhood's center is Orchard Street. Once a Jewish wholesale enclave, this street is a true multicultural blend. The Lower East Side’s historic streets are now inhabited with boutiques, restaurants, and lounges. From newcomer Whole Foods to some of the best pickles and pastrami sandwiches at Katz’s, this neighborhood blends the old and new.
Tenement walkups to ultra modern new buildings are monuments to the areas past and future. The housing selection covers a wide array of budgets and lifestyles.
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