Beautiful 2 bedroom apartment. Hardwood floors, new kitchen and bathroom. Close to trains, food stores, and local restaurants. Amazing deal and price for area! Guarantors accepted. It won't last long! Text me to schedule a viewing at 954-376-9549.
If you want great red sauce, cheese, and hand made pasta, then you need to check out Little Italy. This once enormous neighborhood has shrunk over the decades, but the people here are proud as ever. Surrounded by SoHo, Nolita, and Bowery, Little Italy is the heart of Lower Manhattan.
Originally known as Mulberry Bend, Little Italy's signature street has, and always will be, Mulberry Street. During the late 1880's, many Italian immigrants came to the US seeking work and opportunity. As the Italian population grew, they slowly overtook the German population that had lived in the neighborhood before.
During the early 1900's, Little Italy was pretty big, and the many restaurants and shops here were highly sought after. However, once Prohibition hit, the neighborhood fell into organized crime. Little Italy was the center of many mafia family operations. The mob would have a tight grip on the area up until the US Immigration Act of 1965, when…
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