From the Hudson River to Sixth Avenue, and 14th Street to Houston Street. The Far West Village extends from the Hudson River to Hudson Street.
New York City boasts the greatest collection of cast iron buildings in the world, and most of them are in SoHo, an acronym for "South of Houston Street". Since the mid-1800's, these sturdy, decorative facades have housed a variety of tenants, from textile manufacturers and the city's earliest department stores to emerging artists and gallery owners. Today, the industrial grit is gone and the area once dubbed "the home of the rag trade" is once again an epicenter of fashion, displayed in some of the city's most extravagant retail spaces. But there's far more to SoHo than world-class shopping. There's also a solid sense of community, established by pioneering loft-dwellers who have lived here for decades, along with enduring local bakeries, cafes and butcher shops that preserve the old-fashioned neighborhood ambiance.
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CONVERTIBLE 3 BEDROOM LOFT IN SOHO'S WESTSIDE HUDSON SQUARE: This impeccable, two bedroom loft is the perfect marriage of industrial and modern chic, exuding streamlined design and clean minimalism. The expansive and open great room features high ...
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OPEN HOUSE: Sunday, Mar 24, 2019, 10:00am - 12:00pm - One of Soho’s most breathtaking Penthouse provides an opportunity for a refined lifestyle rarely seen. This exquisite one of a kind residence sits discreetly on Thompson Street between Prince and Spring. Each detail has been brilliantly designed b...
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Ninth Floor Terraced Two-Bedroom Home at 255 Hudson. Large living room with dining room area enhanced by dramatic wall of glass with abundant sunlight from the east and west, soaring ceilings, open kitchen with SubZero and Viking appliances, truly...