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Amazing Size studio, Central A/C Heat, Hard wood floors , new kitchen and bath , building has laundry on each floor, 24/hr DM ,
Greenwich Village’s ultra-convenient location is outshined by the eclectic mix of students, purpose-
driven professionals, and inquisitive visitors that frequent its cozy, tree-lined streets. This neighborhood
manages to feel intimate while maintaining a metropolitan edge.
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These days, artist’s lofts in SoHo don’t come cheap anymore. Many of the artists have moved to nearby TriBeCa, although SoHo is still home to many galleries.
The neighborhood is also full of wonderful shops – both privately-owned and those with recognizable names. Restaurants here are booked far in advance and you’re sure to run into a celebrity or two enjoying a night out.
Few places in America, let alone Manhattan, have influenced the arts as much as SoHo, and few places are as distinct; the cast iron buildings in SoHo are architectural treasures that give it an unmistakable feel. Combine that with many cobblestone side-streets made of Belgian Blocks, and it’s easy to see why real estate in SoHo is so highly coveted by New Yorkers (and celebrities). Located south of Houston Street, – the name SoHo is derived from that designation – north of Canal Street and west of Broadway, SoHo exerts a cultural influence that belies just how small a section of Manhattan it occupies. Easily the hippest neighborhood in Manhattan, it’s not a stretch to call it the most unique shopping area in the borough. The trendy shopping available there is unrivaled, and SoHo’s world-class art galleries are rooted in a history of prolific artists that have called it home. Since the 1960’s, SoHo has been a center of artistic activities – many artists illegally occupied lofts there during that time – and that reputation has deservedly remained intact to this day.