Chinatown sits between Grand Street to Worth Street and spans from the Bowery to Mott Street. Little Italy is between Canal Street and Broome and between Mott and Baxter Street.
There sits mostly prewar walk-up buildings which usually do not exceed five stories. The condos with contemporary features can be found; the recent construction is also perfect for offices or home studios.
City Hall is near to the Brooklyn Bridge; City Hall Park provides a green spot for people’s leisure time.
The American dream is vividly presented in Chinatown / Little Italy area, where people can find exotic culinary and wares. The factories and countless restaurants packed in the neighborhood are the main businesses here. You can find open-air food markets and grocery stores at the first floor of newly renovated apartments. Many residents here still speak their mother toughs. After 1990s, north of Little Italy has attracted more young people and artists with trendy-setting galleries, boutiques, and nightclubs.