Nolita or “North of Little Italy” is a heartwarming neighborhood with friendly residents who enjoy the quaint and cozy atmosphere and Downtown hustle lifestyle. Nolita’s longtime residents and the new hip crowd walk through narrow streets with outdoor seating cafes and vintage shops that is picturesque compared to Italy itself. Stunning boutiques line the streets attracting style trendsetting New Yorkers where they can browse through independent designer pieces found nowhere else. Pop-up galleries and art storefronts spill onto the sidewalks where inspiration lives. Foodies show off their own culture at the local food festivals where culinary masterpieces like meatball subs and fresh zeppoles display devine. NoHo caters to all palates with a wide selection of eateries that feature food from all over the world. Gorgeous pre-war walk-ups are scattered across tree-lined streets and some new doorman residences have such low turnover rates because if residents leave, it’ll be difficult to return to this in-demand neighborhood. Small but colorful Nolita has an old-school charm with New York energy and effortless elegance like no other that residents and visitors adore and love.