One of Manhattan’s best qualities is its unique and varied neighborhoods. ‘Life in’ provides a taste of New York City’s distinct sub-cultures to help you find the perfect place to call home.
Formed by some of downtown’s most distinct international flavor, life in 10013 is a true melting pot of culture. Anchored by Hudson Square and SoHo to the north, Little Italy and Chinatown to the East and TriBeCa to the south, 10013 has been known for its prime Manhattan real estate for years. Now considered one of the most expensive zip codes in the country, 10013 is a flurry with Wall Street types, young families and tourists amid cobblestone streets and cast-iron buildings. Home to CORE’s crown jewels 93 Worth Street and 15 Renwick Street, the increasingly popular area overflows with luxe lofts and reimagined condominiums.
For the pre-work nosh, or those that are simply early risers, start your day with local favorites Bubby’s or La Colombe and then make your way to bari studio or CrossFit for the ultimate bootcamp experience. And if the sun’s shining bright, head over to Columbus Park or the Hudson River Greenway for some some fresh air fun.
Spend your afternoon leisurely shopping along Broadway or experience the ultimate hustle-bustle that is Canal Street. With a wide variety of global fare from Nobu to Wolfgang’s to Angelo’s, it’s easier than you think to find yourself in a food coma. But with the setting sun, also comes an endless supply of after-hours fun at neighborhood hotspots GoldBar and Mulberry Project.
They say you can’t have it all. But with the perfect blend of quiet and excitement, you can. And that starts in 10013.