Life in Nolita is diverse and hip. From the ethnic eateries to the trendy designer shops, the neighborhood is defined by taste and culture. The narrow streets and mom-and-pop stores create a feel of community and an escape from Manhattan’s hustle and bustle. Nolita's demographics are predominantly younger artists, yuppies and students. Some of New York University’s buildings are also scatted in the area. And to cater to its young audience, Nolita has a vibrant nightclub and restaurant scene. Of course, more relaxed and low-key cafes are not very difficult to find.
Being part of Soho the beaux art style is visible everywhere in Nolita and post-war apartment buildings and townhouses are ubiquitous in this area of Manhattan; leaving almost no space for the high-rise new construction of Midtown. What were once factories and horse stables have now been converted to sun-filled studios and residential condominiums. Two of the architectural wonders of Nolita are The Spring at 225 Lafayette Street and the former Police Headquarters Building. Nolita is a perfect mix of historic and contemporary.
34 Prince Street, Nolita
This pre-war treasure was converted into a stunning collection of unique condos. 34 Prince Street's captivating architecture is matched by beautiful residences that capture its historic feel. Located in Nolita, residents are just a short walk away from some of the best dining and boutiques in Lower Manhattan.
An 8-story building in Nolita, 199 Mott Street will house 11 luxury apartments including a penthouse unit.
211 Elizabeth Street is a post-war building situated on the corner of Elizabeth and Prince Street. Decorated in redbrick and accompanied by a detailed, handcrafted design, this building provides amenities such as concierge, fitness center, rooftop deck, storage room, and bike room.
Crafted by Kravitz Design and architect Andre Kikoski, 75 Kenmare is a unique collection of 38 homes with exteriors designed to shape the future of NoLita. Inspired by the hand-laid bricks of the historic structures around it, the facade of 75 Kenmare highlights the best of classic NYC paired with luxury modern details.
This pre-war mid-rise in Little Italy offers spacious residences just minutes away from Soho and the Lower East Side.
215 Chrystie Street is an iconic new construction in the Lower East Side. Its eye catching facade, designed by renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron, is matched by smartly and exquisitely designed interiors.
240 Centre Street, Nolita, Soho
240 Centre Street, better known as the Police Building, is a classic pre-war building located in the heart of Downtown Manhattan. This condo conversion features modern homes in a landmarked building, tastefully merging old-world with new.
42 Crosby Street is a new residential luxury building in Lower Manhattan. The 42,000 square foot building is six stories tall with a one floor penthouse. Designed by famous architect Annabelle Selldorf.
250 Bowery Street, Nolita
250 Bowery is a unique upcoming creation by Adjmi & Andreoli in Manhattan’s Nolita neighborhood. The building contains several loft-style condos for sale and penthouses with private rooftop terraces. Once completed, 250 Bowery will feature a design that will match its surrounding trendy neighborhood.
290 Mulberry Street, Noho, Nolita
Nolita’s 290 Mulberry Street is home to 9 full-floor apartments, each encompassing modern living in a historical neighborhood. Constructed in 2009, building stands 11 stories, with a tri-level penthouse on the upper floors. Along with a downtown location, 290 Mulberry Street boasts concierge services and a rooftop deck.