Little Italy and Chinatown are part of the Lower East Side which have retained their charm since the immigrant groups of the 1800's. Little Italy now just a small bit of what it once was hosts the famous festival of San Gennaro as well as some fabulous Italian restaurants. Chinatown offers a look into Chinese culture in New York with some of the best Chinese food in the city plus food markets, discount shops and more.
Parks in the Lower East Side include Sara Roosevelt Park plus parks lining the East River giving offering unique green space with views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges.
Rooms for rent are available across the Lower East Side and offer east access to subways. Furthermore, the Lower East Side is just across the East River from Brooklyn making it an ideal spot if you are will be studying or working in Brooklyn but want to live in Manhattan.
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Grand Street and Clinton Street
Grand Street and Essex Street
East Broadway and Samuel Dickstein Plaza