Lower East Side Apartments for Rent

Effortlessly Edgy and Trendy with a Downtown Attitude

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If you're looking to be in the heart of one of New York's trendiest nightlife and dining districts, consider living on the Lower East Side. This downtown neighborhood, which is bounded by the Bowery, the East River, Houston Street and Canal Street, was once home to many European immigrants who gave the area its rich cultural and historic vibe -- which you can still feel today.

On top of all that history, though, is now a gritty scene turned glam: the streets are lined with trendy cocktail bars and restaurants, music venues featuring punk and indie bands, and art galleries featuring the work of some of New York's most promising talent.

If you choose to live on the Lower East side, you'll have easy access to several transportation options: the E, F, M, J and Z trains stop at Delancey and Essex, and it's no too far from the Ferry on the East River, which will get you into Queens or Brooklyn.

  • Katz’s Delicatessen
  • Russ & Daughters Cafe
  • The Tenement Museum
  • New Museum of Contemporary Art
  • NuYorican Poet’s Café
  • Bowery Ballroom
  • The Slipper Room
  • M9, M15, M21, M14A, M103 bus
  • Citi Bike station on Suffolk Street between Houston St and Stanton St, E. 2nd Street and Ave B. and other locations
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