The neighborhood of Bowery runs adjacent to Nolita and is
bounded by Houston Street to the north, and Broome Street to the
south. The historic 1.5 mile Bowery is the oldest throughfare in
Manhattan and was Manhattan's signature road before Broadway
replaced that title. Today trendy shopping, boutique restaurants,
museums, jewelry stores and dive bars can be found in this popping
neighborhood filled with young professionals and students.
Those looking to make their new home in Bowery, can look forward
to renting an apartment in one of the many pre-war walk-up
buildings in the neighborhood. While the neighborhood is slowly
receiving more and more luxury high-rises developments, such as 199
Population: This neighborhood is quite densely populated,
even by Manhattan standards; its population density is almost three
times higher than the city as a whole.
Adjacent Neighborhoods: SoHo, NoHo, Little Italy,
Greenwich Village, Chinatown, East Village and…
There is also a Walgreens here. The area has a number of food options, including Sake Sushi, Lark, and 620 On Caton. These are located within 828 yards. Kam Hai Chinese Food and Am Thai Bistro are some of the restaurants in the area.