The East Village is demarcated as being North of Houston Street and South of 14th Street. Despite a great deal of “updating,” this NYC neighborhood has kept close to its bohemian roots.  Many of the buildings here are typically older generation tenement-style apartments, filled with longtime residents, musicians, writers and artists, bohemians, students and young professionals. The influx of money and people putting down roots means updates to these sturdy homes for sale, as well as renovations to appeal to those seeking something a bit more modern. Great restaurants, bars, music venues (which have a long and storied history in this area), quirky boutiques and markets are plentiful.

Narrow, tree-lined streets and Tompkins Square Park invite residents (and visitors) to enjoy evening walks and weekend strolls. The park also features one of the favorite dog runs in NYC!