Welcome to Little Italy
WHAT TO EXPECT
A historically rich neighborhood with old-world European charm.
Great food and good times. Culinary immersion in authentic Italian restaurants, indulging at meat and cheese shops, and browsing vintage boutiques.
WHAT NOT TO EXPECT
A quiet neighborhood with parks and open spaces.
Competitive. Co-op buildings and walk-ups have low turnover rates and prices are consistently on the rise.
YOU'LL FALL IN LOVE WITH
Italian cultural charm set in downtown Manhattan.
LOCATED IN DOWNTOWN MANHATTAN
Around the Block
Traditional roots in busy downtown Manhattan.
Little Italy got its name back in the early 1900s when thousands of Italian immigrants moved into the small neighborhood. Since then, many of the area's Italian-American residents have relocated to other Italian enclaves like East Harlem, the Bronx, and Staten Island. Still, their original legacy remains, and is woven into the fabric of this culturally distinct pocket of lower Manhattan.