Nolita-A Little Slice of Italy

 Home to artists, actors, designers, and musicians, Hell’s Kitchen, now known as Midtown West, has come a long way to become this gentrified hot spot!  From the Garment District to the Theatre District, Midtown West is home to many of the city’s most iconic destinations. 

Nolita, named for being “North of Little Italy”, is a quaint little neighborhood located in Manhattan. Known for its Italian flare, this four­block­wide neighborhood is home to some of the best restaurants in the city.

Lombardi's, one of America’s first Pizzeria and NYC’s oldest eateries has been a local icon since 1905. Locals and tourists can't resist the coal-fired thin-crust pizza complete with only the freshest homemade ingredients, indicative of the restaurant’s long lines along Spring Street.

Nolita-A Little Slice of Italy

Today, Nolita is a popular residential neighborhood, known for its elegant conversions and lower-density new developments that complement the traditional character of the neighborhood. Area landmarks include St. Patrick's Old Cathedral and the Puck Building. And just a few blocks up is world-renowned Joe Papp’s Public Theater.

Though the area has lost much of its Italian population, Nolita/Little Italy is host of the annual Feast of San Gennaro, an 11-day street fair in September that stretches along Mulberry Street between Houston and Canal streets.

Self-contained and sweet, Nolita is proof-positive that bigger is not necessarily better.

Contact us and learn more about why Nolita may be the best fit for you.