83 BAXTER ST in Chinatown

Chinatown

Good transportation Great food

Chinatown, located downtown on the east side of Manhattan, is increasingly becoming more gentrified due to the reasonable rents compared to neighboring Nolita and the Lower East Side.

As most know, the name Chinatown comes from the large Chinese immigrant population that settled here in the 20th century. Today, the neighborhood is home to one of the largest ethnic Chinese communities outside of China.

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#38Neighborhood popularity:

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Building Mix

  • 30% Walk-Up
  • 21% Pre War
  • 13% Post War
  • 10% New Building
  • 6% Elevator/Laundry Building
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Descriptions of 83 Baxter St

just a couple of blocks from Little Italy, and close to Soho, Tribeca, and the Financial District, including a nice kitchen with a dishwasher, a sofa that can fold out into a sleeper, silverware and flatware, cable, Wifi, a flat-screen TV and a CD/DVD player, A/C, and unlimited incoming/outgoing phone calls anywhere within the continental US. Jessy Skok (Sep 2013)
Surrounded by some of Manhattan's finest Restaurants and Parks, New York City Hall, One Police Plaza, All City and State Municipal Buildings and Federal Courts, Pace University, New York Downtown Hospital, and Much More. David Del Rio (Dec 2012)
A tiny and iconic NYC neighborhood, Little Italy comprises a few bustling blocks packed to the brim with colorful decorations, enticing aromas, and Italian restaurants that exude an amusingly kitschy vibe. Hossein Abadi (Jan 2014)
It's located in a well-maintained prewar building in this desirable Lower East Side neighborhood, close to some of the best shopping and restaurants in the city. Michael Zaccaria (Aug 2014)
In a fun safe and exciting area, you will be close to Wall St, Pace University, Chinatown, multiple subway lines, major shopping, dining, bars and much more. Tavia Young (Jun 2014)
Building has grand lobby, elevators, on-site maintenance, live-in Super, laundry facility on premise, bright windowed hallways, great character. Laurie Nesbitt (Jan 2013)
STEPS to NYU, subway, bus, dining, bars, shops, grocery store, laundromat, drugstore, park, and fun NYC attractions and neighborhoods. KT Larida (Sep 2014)
As a crowd-pleasing place to explore, it offers hole-in-the-wall restaurants, culture rich markets, and all sorts of souvenir shops. Allan Jimenez (Feb 2014)
Both bedrooms are similar in size, have windows, freshly renovated with condo style finishes, exposed brick, and hardwood floors. Kyle Freedman (Jun 2012)

Nearby Subway Stations

  • J Canal St (0.1 mi)
  • N Q Canal St (0.14 mi)
  • 4 6 5 Canal St (0.16 mi)
  • R N Canal St (0.25 mi)
  • J Chambers St (0.35 mi)

building details

Floors: 6
Units: 38
Floor area: 21000
Year built: 1915

Building Median Rents

2br: $2,575
1br: $1,850
3br: $5,250
Studio: $2,250

Nearby Schools

P.S. 130 Hernando De Soto
Elementary
143 BAXTER STREET
P.S. 124 Yung Wing
Elementary
40 DIVISION STREET
P.S. 001 Alfred E. Smith
Elementary
8 HENRY STREET
M.S. 131
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
100 HESTER STREET
Pace High School
High school
100 HESTER STREET
Emma Lazarus High School
High school
100 HESTER STREET
Murry Bergtraum High School For Business Careers
High school
411 PEARL STREET
P.S. 126 Jacob August Riis
K-8
80 CATHERINE STREET
P.S. 042 Benjamin Altman
Elementary
71 HESTER STREET
P.S. 002 Meyer London
Elementary
122 HENRY STREET
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