29 ORCHARD ST in Chinatown

Chinatown

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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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Building Mix

  • 30% Walk-Up
  • 21% Pre War
  • 13% Post War
  • 10% New Building
  • 6% Elevator/Laundry Building
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Descriptions of 29 Orchard St

Lower East Side locals thrive in this unique location and foster a vibrant community filled with trendy restaurants and bars that compete with longtime local eateries, creating a gritty hip vibe similar to Brooklyn's Williamsburg. An eclectic neighborhood grown from immigrant roots, the Lower East Side supplies ample excitement around every cornerwhether youre grabbing coffee at one of its trendy cafes or partying scandalously until the break of dawn. Princess Hall (Sep 2013)
Walk to any of the dozens of Restaurants and Bars that surround this neighborhood or hop on the train and be in Union Square, West Village, Gramercy, Murray Hill or Midtown in minutes. Grab a bite to eat at Mercury Lounge, Katz's Deli, Los Feliz, Gallery Bar, Stanton Social, Jadis and the Mulberry Street Bar all just baby steps away. This amazing deal is located in the heart of the Lower East Side, just steps from the F, J, M, B and D Trains, minutes from The East Village and NYU. Laurie Nesbitt (Aug 2013)
The East Village neighborhood also has the highest concentration of bars in the city (if not the world Landmarks in the LES include Piano's, Katz Delicatessen, and Babycakes. Lower East Side is a historic yet hip neighborhood and its gritty chic and fashionable attitude brings together artists, professionals, hipsters and everyone in between. Public buses and subway is easily accessible and cross over the Williamsburg Bridge and you are in one of Brooklyn's hippest neighborhood. Allan Jimenez (Apr 2013)
One of the hottest neighborhoods in Manhattan, the lower east side boasts amazing nightlife matched only by the great restaurants and shopping recently takiing over the area. Travis Martin (Feb 2014)
Right on Orchard near all the shops and galleries, less than 3 blocks from the F/J/M/Z trains, with streets like Allen, Ludlow, Stanton, Essex and Rivington at your feet. Ken Shvetz (Dec 2013)
Walk up building, Intercom, Huge windows, Good location, Close to Deli Grocery, Laundromat, Restaurant, Cafe, Bank, Etc, Close to the subways B, D, F trains and bus M15. Cody Pan (Sep 2014)
charming common courtyard spacious apts, hardwood flrs, hi ceilings, crown molding, modern kitchens, lg closets and d/w on lovely block near subway. Drew Hopkins (Apr 2013)

Nearby Subway Stations

  • F East Broadway (0.16 mi)
  • B D Grand St (0.24 mi)
  • F Delancey St (0.32 mi)
  • J M Essex St (0.34 mi)
  • J Bowery (0.36 mi)

building details

Floors: 5
Units: 14
Floor area: 7945
Year built: 1900

Building Median Rents

1br: $2,000

Nearby Schools

P.S. 042 Benjamin Altman
Elementary
71 HESTER STREET
Emma Lazarus High School
High school
100 HESTER STREET
Pace High School
High school
100 HESTER STREET
M.S. 131
Junior High-Intermediate-Middle
100 HESTER STREET
Urban Assembly Academy Of Government And Law, The
High school
350 GRAND STREET
Essex Street Academy
High school
350 GRAND STREET
Lower Manhattan Arts Academy
High school
350 GRAND STREET
New Design High School
High school
350 GRAND STREET
P.S. 002 Meyer London
Elementary
122 HENRY STREET
High School For Dual Language And Asian Studies
High school
350 GRAND STREET
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