Made In The Lower East Side

A Lower East Side Guide to Streets, Eats, and the Buildings in Between

The LES Blog

Our blog is fully dedicated to New York and the Lower East Side. Stay in the loop on city-wide developments, current affairs, and the occasional walk down memory lane!

Father's Day in the City

Mini Pods, Yoga Mats, and More: Stress-Relieving Gifts for Father’s Day 2020

Gift Ideas for the Urban Dad Living in New York during the Coronavirus forces you to get creative, especially if you’re crammed in a tiny apartment. With the summer fast[…]

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June 4, 2020 0
Best NYC Bridges Featured

New York’s Best Bridges: An Arbitrary Guide for the Wayward Tourist

  The Best Bridge in New York City for Tourists If you want to find the best bridge in New York City, it really depends on who you ask. NYC[…]

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April 21, 2020 0

A Brief History of East Village/Lower East Side Tenements

This pdf and information provided by NYC.gov and the Landmarks Preservation Committee

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January 16, 2020 0

The Big Apple’s Best Borough

The Lower East Side (or LES) is special. It’s where culture meets innovation and where Manhattan finds its roots.  Click below and read why I love LES.

WHY I LOVE LES

The Buildings of LES

What is a neighborhood without it’s iconic buildings? Here’s our guide to the architectural structures that make the Lower East Side a prized crown jewel of New York City.

BUILDINGS OF LES

Our Interactive LES Map

Discover all that the Lower East Side has to offer with our interactive city map. It’s updated monthly with new restaurants and developments for the freshest view on the LES.

INTERACTIVE MANHATTAN MAP

The LES in Your Pocket. Check our Interactive Map

MADE IN THE LOWER EASTSIDE 

An energy uniquely New York, the Lower Eastside plays host to some of the city’s most valued cultural institutions. It’s where New York history was made and where new stories are forged every day.

A LES STORY

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Give a New York Knock

There’s always the stereotype that New Yorkers are too busy to give others the light of day. I’m here to say that isn’t true. Drop me an e-mail and I’ll be sure to respond to any questions or concerns you may have!