Rents can vary since many of the apartments are still regulated and sometimes long-term sublets can be discovered.
As most know, the name 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. For those lucky enough to have landed a Chinatown apartment, you’ll frequent the Dim Sum restaurants like Grand Harmony or Jing Fong. It’s also great for Asian grocery shopping, seafood markets, and, of course, inexpensive branded goods. For more on what it’s like to live in Chinatown, check out BrickUnderground.com’s interview with a local blogger and business owner.Find Chinatown apartments
|Building Address||# no-fee apts|
|136 E BROADWAY||5|
|212 GRAND ST||2|
|43 ORCHARD ST||1|
|448 W 19TH ST||1|
|223 GRAND ST||1|
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Architectural attractions include Chatham Square, Columbus Park, Museum of the Chinese in the Americas, and the Mahayana Buddhist Temple.
Chinatown apartments are easily accessible, centrally located, downtown neighborhood. The subways that stop there include the 6, N, R, Q, W, B, D, J, M, Z trains.