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Broadway, New York, 10012

Our ref: # 27404

Enjoy this hideaway off the busy streets of SoHo. With seating for eight around the table, an inviting, minimal lounge section, and lots of extra space, your smallest ideas have the room to ...

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Broadway, New York, 10012

Our ref: # 27422

Invite the team to an inspiring offsite in the heart of SoHo. With 4 tables, a comfortable lounge, an ensuite kitchen and restroom, along with a breakout room, this space is great for large ...

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Broadway, New York, 10012

Our ref: # 27402

This district in Lower Manhattan is known for its cobblestone streets, classic cast-iron buildings and trendsetting vibe. Once a hub for artists, many lofts have been converted into luxury r...

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Broadway, New York, 10012

Our ref: # 26703

A shared co-working space designed for creativity, VillageOne seeks to expand a realm of possibility and imagination. With every intention of promoting individuality and artistic expression,...

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Lafayette Street, New York, 10013

Our ref: # 29467

At the historical intersection of Lafayette and Grand, our prime SoHo location achieves a loft-like atmosphere with it's high ceilings and oversized windows. Boasting over 24,000 square feet...

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About Little Italy

Little Italy is a neighborhood in lower Manhattan New York City. It was once known for its large population of Italians. Today the neighborhood consists of only a few Italian stores and restaurants. Little Italy holds cultural events throughout the year, including The Feast of San Gennaro, Carnevale, Columbus Day and various Christmas events. Both the Hudson River and East River are equal distance from Little Italy, and both provide a tranquil getaway from the hustle and bustle of the busy city. There are countless amenities in the vicinity, including restaurants, coffee shops, bars, retail outlets, museums, banks, libraries and convenience stores.

Setting up your business here

Listed as a historic district, Little Italy has many cultural spots, but its main economy is situated around restaurants and cultural stores. This brings in money for locals, and offers tourists the opportunity to experience the feel of Italy, in the USA. The restaurants in Little Italy are some of the most raved about Italian eateries in the country. There are many networking opportunities in the surrounding areas, and public transport is accessed easily, and provides links throughout the district.

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Things to do in Little Italy

There are many cultural experiences to enjoy in Little Italy. The Feast of San Gennaro is a large street fair, which lasts 11 days. It takes place every September along Mulberry Street, between Houston and Canal Streets. The festival is an annual celebration of Italian culture and the Italian-American community. There are various other festivals which can be seen throughout the year, and attract large turnouts. Little Italy and Nolita are both prime shopping destinations, with a wide range of retail outlets nearby. There are various Mafia landmarks that are of great interest to many people. There is a wide choice of Italian eateries in the area, including Il Cortile and Novella, both of which are very popular with professionals and locals alike. Gold Bar is known for its extensive drinks list, and Baby Grand is an intimate gallery with a bar.

Local transportation

  • Subway: Canal Street Station, Bowery Station
  • Railway: World Trade Center Station
  • Nearest freeway: I-78
  • Nearest airports: LaGuardia Airport, Newark Airport
  • Other: All major bus routes served nearby

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