Updated 12 hours ago
Lower East Side, Manhattan | Rivington Street & Delancey Street
36 Rooms18 Beds18 Baths32,700 Square FeetIncome Property

floors / apts8 / 18
Lot Size50'x100'
Built Size49'x100'
Building TypeLow-Rise
RE Taxes$443,679
Price Per SF

Outdoor space and views

  • Terrace

Building Amenities

  • Video Intercom
  • Elevator
  • Laundry Room
  • Roof Deck
  • Storage

Property Description

165-167 Eldridge Street is a Building located in the Lower East Side neighborhood in Manhattan, NY. 165-167 Eldridge Street was built in 2002 and has 8 stories and 18 units. The building is located very near to several subway stops (f,m,b,d,6,j,z) and is smack dab in the middle of SOHO, East Village, the LES and Chinatown.

Listing History

Initial Price by Anthony Marano

Building Details

OwnershipIncome Property
Building TypeLow-Rise
Service LevelVideo Intercom
Year Built2005
Learn More About the Building

Transit and Citi Bike


0.15 miles
Delancey St-Essex St
0.19 miles
Grand St
0.19 miles
2 Av
0.23 miles
Spring St
0.35 miles

Citi Bike

Allen St & Rivington St
0.06 miles
Delancey St & Eldridge St
0.06 miles
Rivington St & Chrystie St
0.07 miles

Lower East Side | Manhattan

Quick Profile

Bursting with energy at every turn, the Lower East Side is one of the most historic neighborhoods in all of Manhattan. Rooted in immigrant history, the bulk of European and Eastern European migration that occurred in the late nineteenth through the early twentieth century took place here, where the Tenement Museum remains one of the best ways to become acquainted with how early residents of the neighborhood lived.

The unique and eclectic mix of building styles--ranging from low- and high-rises to luxury and historic buildings--begins immediately upon entering the area via the Manhattan or Brooklyn Bridge, known as Two Bridges, itself a neighborhood that has also long been known for its immigrant population. With its historic district placed in the National Register of Historic Places, many of its oldest churches, such as Mariners Temple and St. James Church remain a preserved part of the district’s storied past. 

While the LES has long been a hub for aspiring musicians and artists, the area has increasingly transformed its demographic as it welcomes a more affluent sect of residents with the advent of condos and luxury spaces.

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OLR ID: 20675TH