Welcome to Soho
A unique neighborhood with upscale shopping and home to many artists and professionals
Soho, the trendy New York neighborhood synonymous with cool and artistic lifestyles, is known for its vibrant nightlife, eclectic mix of restaurants and bars, and breathtaking views of the Hudson River. Originally an area for manufacturing, Soho became a residential neighborhood in the mid-1800s. It was first called “South of Houston Street” but became known as Soho. Over the years, Soho has evolved into one of the most fashionable and exciting parts of New York City.
Locals are drawn to the historic architecture, which includes cast-iron buildings built in the late 1800s with decorative elements like columns, molding, and balconies. It’s a place where you can experience the best of New York without dealing with the crowds found elsewhere in the city. It is famous for its unique shopping, dining, and nightlife experiences. Balthazar New York offers indoor and outdoor dining for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The restaurant has been in Soho since 1997. It provides a romantic brasserie setting and serves traditional French cuisine. Boqueria Soho is a tapas restaurant that serves Barcelona-inspired dishes made with market-fresh ingredients.
Soho is home to some of New York’s best fashion, design and art galleries and has been the setting for countless movies, television shows, and other cultural moments. While shops are all around the community, Broadway, Prince Street, and Spring Street are premier shopping destinations for upscale brands like Stella McCartney, Hugo Boss, and Prada.
The district has a cool and trendy vibe, attracting many young people, artists, and designers over the years. Locals love the unique style and quirky architecture. It’s where you can find almost anything and enjoy many attractions. In fact, the community is home to the Museum of Interesting Things, which showcases inventions, innovations, and creativity. Residents can also tour the Museum of Ice Cream, eat ice cream treats, partake in activities, and learn about the history of ice cream. Father Fagan Park is on the green spaces in the community where locals can enjoy the triangular plaza with benches, a playground, and walkable shops. Residents also have access to non-traditional schools like Chess NYC for chess play and instruction and Mastercutter Academy of New York beauty school.
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