The East Village has rapidly evolved into one of the most popular neighborhoods in New York City. Stretching from Houston Street to 14th Street between the East River and 4th Avenue, this area is exploding with bars, restaurants, and shops. Characterized primarily by its unique artistic nature, the East Village draws edgy crowds who value a good nightlife scene. The combination of eclectic low-rise buildings and lack of anything corporate sets this neighborhood apart from much of Manhattan. Whether you want to have a great BYOB meal, shop funky vintage stores, post up at a dive bar, or go see live music, you can find it here.

Facts & Figures 

Average Rent (As of March 2013) 

    • Studio – $1908
    • 1BR – $2792
    • 2BR – $3611
    • 3BR – $4300

Transit 

    • L Train, First Avenue
    • L Train, Third Avenue
    • 6 Train, Astor Place

Schools

    • Grace Church School
    • Gateway School of New York
    • Friends Seminary
    • P.S. 226
    • Immaculate Conception School
    • St. George Academy
    • The East Village Community School
    • The Children’s Workshop School
    • St. Brigid School

Hotels