Lower East Side at a Glance
If you want Manhattan with a Brooklyn feel, try the Lower East Side (LES). Creative types and college grads alike occupy this area, where vibrant cultures have been melding together for years. You can find plenty of restaurants and nightlife hotspots here, with a mix of old New York and new. Book a workspace here and you’ll have the daily opportunity to enjoy the quaint bustle of the Lower East Side. This neighborhood is ideal for small and growing teams, or digital nomads who want to be in the middle of it all, where there’s never a shortage of activities, restaurants, or shops to explore. The LES is one of the liveliest neighborhoods in Manhattan, and it’s also the place to find some of the best deals on office space in NYC. There’s a selection of team spaces, studios, desks, unique workspaces and more in the Lower East Side, including plenty of hourly and daily options, all of which you can book today.
Many of the long standing staples in the LES still remain. Check out the Tenement Museum, where you can learn all about urban immigrant history, from a neighborhood that knows. There’s Streit’s Matzos Factory a kosher grocer that’s been around since 1925. Katz’s Deli is famous for that scene in When Harry Met Sally, but also for the amazing pastrami, hot dogs, and other delightful sandwiches. If it’s lox and schmear you want, don’t miss Russ & Daughters, where you can get some of the best bagels and smoked fish in town. In close proximity to The Bowery, East Village, Brooklyn, Chinatown, and Lower Manhattan, the Lower East Side is just a few minutes away from some of our other favorite neighborhoods. And if you need to get anywhere else in the city, take the J, Z, F, M, B, or D subways – all in the area – to get there quickly.