East 14th Street North To East 24th Street. East of 5th Avenue.
Nearby Subways R, 4, 5, 6, L
Extending from 24th Street to Union Square and from Fifth to First Avenues as the city's oldest residential neighborhood, it has been home to some of the world's most influential people- Edith Wharton, Theodore Roosevelt and Eugene O'Neill. Considered the most well preserved historic downtown district, it features the last private park in New York City. The neighborhood is a rich urban mixture of townhouses, apartments and commercial buildings that live happily alongside a very famous private garden. Now a popular place for young professionals, designers and artists, it offers 19th century townhouses, luxury high-rise living and renovated warehouse loft apartments for the more adventurous. While it's true that only those who live right on the perimeter of the Park itself have access to it, locals are content just to be part of this community.