North of Little Italy, nicknamed Nolita, has established itself recently as its own neighborhood. Nolita is located between Houston Street, the Bowery, Broome Street, and Lafayette Street. Being close by some of the trendiest neighborhoods such as SoHo, NoHo, and the Lower East Side, Nolita is quickly rising as one of the most desirable areas to live.

While Nolita has distinguished itself from Little Italy, it still retains much of its Italian roots. The Feast of San Gennaro (pope of Naples) is still held in Nolita each year. Real estate in Nolita consists of renovated lofts, luxury condos, and high-end rentals.

Surrounding the neighborhood are upscale boutiques, exquisite dining, and modern bars. As the development of Nolita continues, property values will inevitably continue to rise. If you are interested in getting into the Nolita fold, contact the team at Mdrn. Timing is everything.