Little Italy is an eclectic neighborhood in lower Manhattan. As the name implies, it was known for its large population of Italian residents. It still retains aspects of Italian culture with Italian stores and restaurants, but residents are much more diverse in culture now than ever before.
Real estate in Little Italy has begun to boom, as more and more young professionals have decided to call the northern part of Little Italy (Nolita) home. Between Kenmar and Houston you will find a treasure trove of boutiques, cafes, and unique retail establishments.
You will find the heart of Little Italy is located on Mulberry Street, home to some of the greatest Italian food on the east coast. Little Italy real estate is undergoing a massive shift and now is a great opportunity to take advantage. If you are interested in real estate in Little Italy, call the Mdrn. has the scoop on available residences.