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1 Bedroom, Lower East Side Rental in NYC for $5,862 - Photo 1
4 days ago  |  Score: 85.7
125 Delancey St
Lower East Side, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$5,862
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1 Bed
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1 Bath
By Christopher Wendel
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1 Bedroom, Lower East Side Rental in NYC for $4,496 - Photo 1
4 days ago  |  Score: 85.5
145 Clinton St
Lower East Side, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$4,496
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1 Bed
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1 Bath
By Christopher Wendel
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1 Bedroom, Lower East Side Rental in NYC for $3,200 - Photo 1
4 days ago  |  Score: 82.7
203 Rivington St., Apt 5J
Lower East Side, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$3,200
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1 Bed
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1 Bath
By Nathan Gulkar
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1 Bedroom, Lower East Side Rental in NYC for $4,500 - Photo 1
6 days ago  |  Score: 82.3
Ludlow Street
Lower East Side, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$4,500
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1 Bed
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1 Bath
By Arnold Kukuliev
No Fee
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1 Bedroom, Lower East Side Rental in NYC for $5,850 - Photo 1
4 days ago  |  Score: 81.6
115 Norfolk St
Lower East Side, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$5,850
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1 Bed
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1 Bath
By Jacob Franco
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1 Bedroom, Lower East Side Rental in NYC for $5,000 - Photo 1
4 days ago  |  Score: 81.4
115 Norfolk St
Lower East Side, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$5,000
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1 Bed
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1 Bath
By Jacob Franco
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1 Bedroom, Lower East Side Rental in NYC for $3,300 - Photo 1
2 days ago  |  Score: 81.1
203 Rivington Street, Apt 2B
Lower East Side, Downtown Manhattan, Manhattan
$3,300
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1 Bed / Flex 2
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1 Bath
By Omer Levy
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Lower East Side

The Lower East Side was one of the first neighborhoods formed in New York City. Due to significant gentrification in the last decade or so, the demographics of the region has grown from what once was a predominantly Jewish neighborhood to the very artsy and hip community of today. Historically, the Lower East Side's housing stock consisted of tenements, however with recent gentrification, several luxury high-rise condo and rental buildings have sprung up. Today, the neighborhood has become…

Lower East Side Apartments
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Lower East Side

The Lower East Side was one of the first neighborhoods formed in New York City. Due to significant gentrification in the last decade or so, the demographics of the region has grown from what once was a predominantly Jewish neighborhood to the very artsy and hip community of today. Historically, the Lower East Side's housing stock consisted of tenements, however with recent gentrification, several luxury high-rise condo and rental buildings have sprung up. Today, the neighborhood has become extremely popular with young professionals and students looking to find an affordable apartment in one of the cheaper areas in Manhattan.

The Lower East Side area is made up of the following neighborhoods: East Village, Chinatown, Little Italy, and Noho

Neighborhood: Lower East Side

Adjacent Neighborhoods: East Village, Chinatown/Little Italy, NoHo

Population Density: Quite dense; over three times as densely populated as the city-wide average. The streets here are busy both day and night.

Public Transit: F (East Broadway), F,J,M,Z (Essex-Delancey), B, D (Grand Street), J, Z (Bowery), F (2nd Avenue)

What’s Here? The Lower East side is a bustling mecca of cool, a neighborhood where swanky art, music, fashion converge with gritty New York City living to create a bombastic and distinct Manhattan place. Most of the electricity from the area stems from its abundance of ultra trendy music venues like Rockwood Music Hall, Arlene’s Grocery, Pianos, The Living Room, Bowery Ballroom and Cake Shop. Hip bars and restaurants also stack the streets of the Lower East Side. Try Verlaine for tapas or the popular Sunita Bar, where they make delicious artisanal cocktails. Also in the area is Lucky Jack’s, one of the longest bars in Manhattan and home to the city’s best-poured Guinness. Visit the world famous Katz’s Delicatessen (but try to resist the urge to re-enact the famous scene from When Harry Met Sally, ok? They’ll think you’re a tourist.). Clinton Street Baking Company is consistently ranked among the best brunch places in New York City. A kid’s dream and a diabetic’s nightmare, the historic Economy Candy is a sweet shop packed with wall-to-wall goodies and definitely worth the visit. For definitive local history, the Tenement Museum on Orchard Street recreates the New York City immigrant experience and engages visitors in the neighborhood’s rich backstory.

Flat or Tall?: Historically the Lower East Side’s housing stock consisted of tenements (there’s a whole museum about them); recently, as gentrification has spread south from the East Village, several luxury high-rise condo and rental buildings have sprung up, and more appear to be forthcoming.

History: The Lower East Side was one of the first neighborhoods formed in New York City. Before the Revolutionary War, most of the area was a farm owned by James Delancey. The land was then confiscated and made to resemble the West End of London. In the early settlement days, the area around the East River was known as Corlear’s Hook and it maintained that name through the 19th Century. The region was at one time a predominantly Jewish neighborhood and several synagogues and other Jewish landmarks remain on the streets of the Lower East Side today. It’s still an important part of American Jewish history, but the flood of immigrants to the neighborhood wasn’t just Jews; Ukrainians, Irish and Italians also made up a substantial proportion of the LES’s residents. In the last decade or so the neighborhood has seen significant gentrification that has altered the demographics of the region into the very artsy and hip community of today.

Activities: Concert going, dining out, bar hopping, people watching, shopping.

Check it out: The Hester Street Fair, every Saturday from April 27th to the end of October, features an eclectic mix of local food vendors from the neighborhood.

For those interested, Lower East Side currently has no residential listings advertised on the market for rental. From data that we've compiled, these listings range from in the lower quartile to in the upper quartile, with the median rental price at around . For those interested in renting a listing in this search area, there are currently 0 studio, 0 one-bedroom, 0 two-bedroom, 0 three-bedroom, and 0 four+ bedroom properties available for rent.
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Lower East Side is located within 10002. This area currently has 78,096 residents in 33,327 households. Out of the total population, 40.12% of the residents speak another language at home instead of English. The majority of the inhabitants in this zipcode are currently unmarried and have a median age of 41.1.

When looking at residents older than 25, 20.25% have graduated from high school, 22.88% have a bachelor's degree, and 11.27% have obtained their master's degree or above. Employment rate is typically around 50.9% and the median income in this zipcode is $35,594.

At least 86.19% of those living in this zipcode rents their homes. Most residents will commute to work by public transportation with an average commute time of 32.6 minutes.

Geographically, 10002 is a part of New York County, New York. This county is currently home to 1,634,989 residents, or 753,385 households with a median income of $75,513. New York County, New York residents have a median age of 36.7 and 76.86% are currently renting their homes in the area.

Finally, New York County, New York is a part of the greater New York - Newark, NY - NJ - CT Urban Area. For those unfamiliar with the area, The New York - Newark, NY - NJ - CT Urban Area is currently home to a population 18,812,161 across 6,707,347 households. Those living in this urban area have a median income of $68,319 and median age of 37.8. In general, at least 50.07% of the residents are currently renting their homes in this area.

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