Lined with small cafes and beckoning ristorantes, Little Italy's narrow streets are alive with the smells of fresh bread, garlicky pasta and the sweet sounds of "la dolce vida". North of Canal Street, Little Italy runs from Mulberry to Mott Streets and Bowery to Lafayette Street. Even though it has gotten smaller due to nearby Chinatown's expansion, it still has not lost its flair for life and mouth-watering cuisine. The streets are lined with vendors and Italian culture is demonstrated to its fullest. Every September, the streets are closed for the famous Feast of San Gennaro celebration. With its color and convenient location to downtown and many distinct neighborhoods, Little Italy is drawing many new, young residents. It is made up primarily of multi-tenant style buildings, along with some of the city's most creative new developments, providing some of the more affordable homeowner options in the city.
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