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.learn more about this neighborhood
#29Neighborhood popularity:based on Naked Apartments searches
- 39% Walk-Up
- 25% Pre War
- 7% Post War
- 6% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 6% New Building
Pet-friendly. There is an apartment to suit every lifestyle from perfectly appointed pied-a-terre studios to dramatic one and two-bedroom residences, many with spectacular dining solariums featuring stunning floor-to-ceiling windows. Gourmet kitchens with full-sized appliances and white cabinetry, baths with marble top vanities, oak parquet floors and custom closets are sought-after features of these Downtown apartments. Condo-quality amenities include an entertainment lounge, private rooftop sun terrace, indoor swimming pool, and state-of-the art fitness center. The soaring two-story lobby, designed by David Rockwell, is concierge-attended 24/7.
$3,795, One Bedroom, 1.0 Bathroom
- 0 sq. ft.
- Web ID: 2081064-5209
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