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East Village apartments provide residents with an extremely diverse set of living options for any budget. Once considered a part of the Lower East Side, the East Village is bordered by Houston Street to the south, 14th Street to the north, Broadway on the west and stretches to the East River. The area is comprised of several subsections, such as Alphabet City and NoHo, both popular neighborhoods for living in Manhattan.
Real estate offerings vary with a prevalence of townhouses and low-rise walk-up apartment buildings lining most streets. Elevator buildings are scattered throughout the area and doormen are not commonplace. As a result, real estate prices and rents are generally affordable and thus lend the area to a younger demographic. However, due to the scarcity of luxury doorman buildings, it is relatively difficult to find many homes for sale in the East Village that provide the amenities other neighborhoods can offer its residents.
The East Village offers numerous cultural features throughout the area, including museums, libraries, theaters and art galleries. The East Village also holds several annual block parties and street festivals during the year and there always seems to be something going on. While the area has a surprising amount of green space, parks and child-friendly recreation, it’s also known for its high concentration of bars, catering to the local NYU population and its younger residents. In addition to drinking establishments, the East Village offers some of the best selection of restaurants in all of Manhattan, including high-end and low-end and everything in between.
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East Village Apartment Buildings
The Claremont (229 East 12th Street) – A 1920's lowrise building with high ceilings and exposed brick.
The Hudson East (225 East 6th Street) – A 6-story appartment building offering rear garden patios.
Tompkins Square Plaza (190 East 7th Street) – Two mid-rise towers connected by a plaza and fountain.
Hamilton-Holly House (4 St. Marks Place) – A landmarked low-rise building built in the early 1800's.
The Brownstone East Village (224 East 14th Street) – A 6-story 4 unit condo building.
Scarano (52 East 4th Street) – A modern condo building, which won an award for its unique design.
The Theatre Condominium (133 Second Avenue) – A low-rise condo building with a rooftop terrace.
One Ten Third (110 Third Avenue) – A modern high-rise concierge condo building with a fitness center.
The St. Mark (115 East 9th Street) – A 20-story doorman building with parking and laundry facilities.
111 Fourth Avenue – A pre-war mid-rise doorman elevator building featuring both a roof deck and garden.
7 East 3rd Street – A 5-story walk-up building with exposed brick walls and hardwood floors.
99 Avenue B – A low-rise elevator building offering laundry facilities and bike storage.
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