Nolita Apartments for Rent
About Nolita Neighborhood
NoLita derives its name from being North of Little Italy. To the east of this Lower Manhattan neighborhood, you’ll find SoHo, to the West is the Lower East Side, and right above is NoHo. Once an actual part of Little Italy, the high cost of rent ended up permanently transforming the neighborhood. From 1995 onward, the area found itself teeming with affluent young people, upscale boutiques, and flavor making bars and restaurants cemented the neighborhood’s cool credentials. While once home to David Bowie, the neighborhood is not known for over-the-top glamor. Instead, Nolita provides an opportunity for low-key lounging and finding hidden gems (as well as to savor institutions like Eileen's Special Cheesecake or Prince St. Pizza). A great place to visit, especially on a Thursday night when the New Museum is free from 7 to 9 pm, NoLita presents a challenge for would-be renters because its pre-war walk-ups are so infrequently vacated. Luckily, there is plenty of neighborhoods walking distance away that provide ample housing!
Average Rental Prices in Nolita
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Average Credit Score Needed to Rent in Nolita
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These trains run through Nolita. In addition, city buses are also available in this area.
Available Subway Lines:
No subway lines in Nolita
Crime Rate in Nolita
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