SoHo, short for South of Houston Street, is a diverse neighborhood in Manhattan. It's famous for its artists' lofts and art galleries, although many of these have moved out of the district due to gentrification. Today it is more known as a shopper's paradise, with plenty of upmarket boutiques and outlets of trendy national and international stores. SoHo is also famous for its cast iron architecture, its cobblestone side streets and its unique charm.

  • Artist lofts & galleries
  • Shopping paradise
  • Cobblestone streets
  • Historic cast iron buildings

Gentrification often happens in large cities, and it is sometimes called the "SoHo Effect." Today's residents are single, white collar workers in their 20s to 40s, some with college degrees. Most are Caucasian, followed by Asian and then other ethnic groups. These high-income urban singles enjoy life in a picturesque part of the city, with all the amenities like banks, pharmacies, restaurants, delis, supermarkets, bars, and clubs.

You won't want to miss the unforgettable SoHo Cast Iron Historic District. This famous 26 block area contains hundreds of buildings which have fascinating cast iron architectural details. Some of these mid-19th century structures were decorated by fastening elaborate cast iron molds to pre-existing brick facades. It remains the largest cast-iron district in the world. These buildings and the cobblestone side streets make this an appealing place to explore.

"Beyond the shopping, SoHo is a fun neighborhood to walk through"

SoHo is the place to go for shoppers in the know! Many people come to this area, especially on the weekends, to look for trendy clothes. There are still boutiques and street vendors, but high-end chain stores have moved into the district. The sidewalks can get quite crowded with so many vendors selling T-shirts, artwork and jewelry, that buyers can barely walk past.

Beyond the shopping, SoHo is a fun neighborhood to walk through. There are several museums, theaters and performing arts venues, as well as parks and fantastic views of the Manhattan skyline. Parks, like the Soho Piers and the Hudson River Park, are well worth a visit.

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