East Village Brownstones For Sale

While still a bit scruffier than its western counterpart, and with more "tenement"-style walk-ups than buildings with doormen and elevators, this area, stretching east of 5th Avenue & University Place, and from 14th Street south to Houston Street, is now at the cutting edge of what’s hip and happening. 

First and Second Avenues have been transformed in recent years with new restaurants, bars and some of the best clubs in town. And while many up-and-coming bands still prowl the clubs, streets and studios down here, this is no longer quite your father’s East Village. 

Older residents, often immigrants, live side-by-side with students and hipsters. Smart new restaurant and bistro arrivals rub shoulders with all manner of ethnic food staples (notably, Indian and Ukrainian joints abound!). And with slightly more affordable rents for many, and its overall shaggy haircut vibe, the East Village is a natural draw for young people...and the young at heart. 

Brownstone:
Built in the Eighteen or Nineteen century. Originally built as luxurious one family homes, these houses usually feature fireplaces, moldings and other typical prewar characteristics. Offers the luxury of a private home in the city and often were converted to multiple apartment buildings.

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