377 BROOME ST in Little Italy

Little Italy

Great food Fun nightlife

Little Italy is much more than a string of Italian restaurants. Throughout the years, it has developed into a culturally diverse neighborhood with a variety of businesses and shopping opportunities.

Little Italy’s close proximity to SoHo, The Bowery, and Chinatown put it on the more expensive side of NYC neighborhoods, but the primo location and iconic character make it an exemplary option for the Manhattan apartment hunter.

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Building Mix

  • 39% Walk-Up
  • 33% Pre War
  • 5% Elevator Building
  • 4% Loft Building
  • 4% Elevator/Laundry Building
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Descriptions of 377 Broome St

Central to Soho and its shopping and galleries, the new Bowery district with its uber hangouts, and Chinatown with its great restaurants and fresh groceries. Keith Woo (Jan 2014)
The well maintained building is central to several subway lines, the best restaurants in Little Italy, and Lower East Side cultural activities. The kitchen received an update not long ago and there is exposed brick and hardwood flooring throughout. This chic Soho/Nolita gem faces the front of the building and is only on the second floor. Located near great restaurants, bistros, bars, boutiques and public transportation. William D. Moye (Sep 2014)
Only a few blocks in any direction are famous New York City Landmarks, in addition to an endless amount of clubs, bars, cafes, and restaurants. With easily accessible transportation and an electric atmosphere this is a prime Manhattan location. Edward Conroy (Feb 2014)
Exposed brick, light and airy with a very functional kitchen, smart layout, near trains, shopping, everything you could want or need. Eryn Korby (Jan 2013)
High Ceilings and Large Windows give the Living Room an open and comfortable feel with Original Detials like Exposed Brick. Scott Rubin (Feb 2012)
It has recently been updated and features exposed brick, a huge eat-in kitchen, hardwood floors, and tons of closet space. The building is located close to tons of shops and restaurants as well as major Subway stops. James Brennan (Feb 2014)
You can enter the fire escape through a real door so you even have a little bit of an outdoor space. Charlotte Datri (Oct 2010)
Great Location Close to all Transportation and the Best of Downtown's Restaurants and Shops. Lauren Kronenfeld (Jan 2014)
You're surrounded by incredible restaurants, shops and transportation selections. John Hsia (Sep 2012)

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Nearby Subway Stations

  • 4 6 5 Spring St (0.15 mi)
  • J Bowery (0.18 mi)
  • B D Grand St (0.23 mi)
  • 4 6 5 Canal St (0.28 mi)
  • J Canal St (0.28 mi)

building details

Floors: 5
Units: 17
Floor area: 9635
Year built: 1900

Nearby Schools

P.S. 130 Hernando De Soto
Elementary
143 BAXTER 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
Cascades High School
High school
198 FORSYTH STREET
Satellite Academy Hs At Forsythe Street
High school
198 FORSYTH STREET
P.S. 124 Yung Wing
Elementary
40 DIVISION STREET
P.S. 042 Benjamin Altman
Elementary
71 HESTER STREET
High School For Dual Language And Asian Studies
High school
350 GRAND STREET
Lower Manhattan Arts Academy
High school
350 GRAND STREET
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