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Considered as part of the lower east side until the 1960’s when various artists from the West Village moved eastward seeking cheaper housing, this area is home to an eclectic group. The East Village is also a stomping ground for New York University students.
For the most part, apartment buildings in the East Village are tenements and pre-war buildings although luxury buildings are now common in the area with a large inventory of Condominiums. Whether you prefer Indian food and live sitar music or potato latkes and stories of the old neighborhood, you’ve got plenty of options.
Given that the area also has a slew of far-out-night clubs, music venues, bars and funky shops, the number of 24 hour kitchens is higher than in most neighborhoods around the city. Point of interests include Angelika’s Kitchen, Tompkins Square Park and shopping on St. Marks Place.