The Lower East Side is a located in the southeastern part of Manhattan. While there is debate over the exact eastern and southern boundaries of Lower East Side, the Lower East Side today refers to the area of Manhattan south of east Houston Street and west of the East River. The Lower East side is bordered in the south and west by the Chinatown area, which extends north to roughly Grand Street, in the west by NoLita (an area known as “North of Little Italy”) and in the north by East Village. Originally an immigrant, working class neighborhood, the Lower East Side has undergone gentrification in recent years and is increasingly populated by young professionals and students. Today in the Lower East Side, you’ll find old-world shops side-by-side with a new generation of boutiques and galleries, many of which showcase New York's avant-garde fashion scene. Dining in the area is also a great experience, with everything offered from towering pastrami sandwiches to... Read More
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