Hello, this is David Hill with New York Habitat. In this video we will continue our tour of the historic and diverse neighborhood called the Lower East Side.
This is the second half of our series on the Lower East Side. If you haven’t yet watched the first half, you can find it watch it in with the Video Tour of the Lower East Part 1 blog article.
Video Tour of the Lower East Side, New York – Part 2(5:09)
The Lower East Side is located on the south-eastern side of Manhattan. The boundaries of this neighborhood are ever-changing like many New York City neighborhoods, but a rough outline is Houston Street to the north, the East River on the east, Canal Street to the south, and Bowery to the west. Read the entire story here…»
Hello, this is David Hill with New York Habitat. Today I will take you around one of New York City’s hip and historical neighborhoods, called the Lower East Side.
The name, Lower East Side, pretty much tells you that this neighborhood is located in the south-eastern part of Manhattan. It’s roughly located between Houston Street to the north, the East River on the east, Canal Street to the south, and Bowery to the west.
Video Tour of the Lower East Side, New York – Part 1(5:59)
Keep in mind that the boundaries of this neighborhood are not exactly defined because this area is in constant change and renewal and often it’s hard to tell exactly where the Lower East side ends and where the adjacent neighborhoods start. Read the entire story here…»
Well I’m back with another New York neighborhood video tour. Today I’m going to show you yet another fascinating New York neighborhood, Chinatown, which stands proud as a small city within The City. So what makes Chinatown so special? Let’s find out.
Chinatown is located on the East Side of Lower Manhattan, more or less between SoHo, the Lower East Side and the Financial District. It’s constantly growing, over taking other neighborhoods and changing, but as of now it is roughly bordered by Broome Street to the North, Broadway to the West, Worth Street and East Broadway to the South, and Essex Street to the East.
Click above to watch this video: Video Tour of Chinatown, New York.(5:02)
What better place to start our tour of Chinatown than in Chatham Square. Once a large open air market in the early 1800’s, it became a center for tattoo parlors, flophouses, and saloons in the mid 1800’s, but today has turned into a major intersection in Chinatown. You’ll find the Kimlau Memorial Arch dedicated to Chinese Americans in the name of freedom and democracy. Read the entire story here…»
The Lower East Side has become one of the hottest neighborhoods in New York with the development of new apartment buildings, restaurants and clubs in the area. New York Habitat’s vacation rental team member Larry Buckles notes, “It has become like a SoHo of 20 years ago.” New York Habitat has seen a surge in the demand for rentals in the area and an increase in the number of accommodations there as well.
Apartments of the Lower East Side:
lower east side accommodation new york
The apartments on the Lower East Side are an interesting array of old tenement buildings, storefronts that were converted to apartments before the retail scene in the neighborhood became lively again, and newer low- and high-rise buildings. New York Habitat’s mix of apartments in the area is similarly unique with offerings from studios to two-bedrooms. Here are a few examples:
NY-11706 is a 1-bedroom accommodation available for weekend rentals. The apartment is in a doorman building, which is unique for the neighborhood, and has a terrace with views of the Manhattan skyline.
All information regarding apartments and properties on www.nyhabitat.com is from sources deemed reliable. It is submitted subject to errors, omissions, change of price, commission or conditions, or withdrawal without notice. Photographs, descriptions and information about the rentals reflect conditions at the time the photographs were taken or the descriptions or information obtained. All dimensions and surfaces are approximate.