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SoHo Real Estate
SoHo apartments are some of the most coveted places to live in Manhattan, offering residents a great lifestyle and enjoyable atmosphere. SoHo, or “South of Houston,” is a neighborhood in lower Manhattan bordered by Houston Street to the north, Canal Street to the south, Lafayette Street to the east and the West Side Highway to the west. It is one of the larger neighborhoods in the city and possesses several individual areas that have their own uniqueness, including West SoHo and the western section of NoLita.
Originally a manufacturing district, artists and activists rallied in the late 1960s to rezone the area for residency; however, by the 1980s, wealthier residents had followed the artists and rents and home prices skyrocketed. Today, SoHo residents are primarily well-off singles and couples who enjoy living in a more upscale part of town. With respect to living options, many of the famous cast-iron decorated buildings hold high-priced lofts, while pre-war brick walkups offer more affordable options. Heading west, apartment shoppers can find newer condos and luxury buildings, some of which have nice views of the Hudson River.
As a favorite of both residents and tourists, SoHo boasts an eclectic and crowded mix of boutiques, restaurants, sidewalk vendors and the occasional surviving art gallery. Current residents find themselves steps away from some of the best shopping, nightlife and cuisine the city has to offer. The sidewalks here are busy, and they’re no stranger to celebrity sightings. Living in SoHo is definitely quite the experience.
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Apartments in SoHo
132 Thompson Street – A low-rise walk-up building featuring a live-in superintendent.
25 Mercer Street – A landmark elevator building that was built in 1920.
26 Grand Street – A 6-story walk-up building.
55 Thompson Street – A modern curved-corner building offering laundry facilities and a parking garage.
Sullivan Mews (97-119 Sullivan Street) – A group of ten 4- and 5-story walk-ups with laundry facilities.
349 West Broadway – A turn-of-the-century mid-rise walk-up building.
322 Spring Street – A low-rise walk-up building.
2 Charlton Street – A post-war elevator building with laundry facilities and a courtyard.
SoHo Mews (311 West Broadway) – A property consisting of two buildings with numerous amenities.
The Urban Glass House (330 Spring Street) – A Philip Johnson project with appealing design elements.
110 Thompson Street – A 30-unit low-rise walk-up building.
57 Thompson Street – A low-rise elevator building offering exposed brick walls and private outdoor space.
40 Mercer Street – A 13-story luxury condo building which was designed by Jean Nouvel.
505 Greenwich Street – Two residential towers connected by the ground floor lobby.
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