SoHo

New York's Premier Shopping, Dining, and Arts District
SoHo, acronym for South of Houston Street, was home to many famous artists in the 70s and 80s. Now, its cobblestone streets and cast-iron buildings are filled with luxury boutiques and generous loft spaces. You can spend the day shopping or visiting its still prominent art scene, such as the prestigious The Wooster Group or the deconstructed gallery The Drawing Center. Check out celebrity favorites like The Mercer Kitchen or Balthazar to relax and dine, and stop by Kenn’s Broome Street Bar for some drinks or S.O.B. for some dancing to end the night in this charming neighborhood.

While SoHo lofts are pricy, there are now more affordable options with renovated brick walk-ups and new condos. Renters love SoHo and its cute, local cafes and trendy restaurants around the corner. SoHo is the ultimate place to shop with a wide variety of stores, boutiques and sidewalk vendors on every street, and its creative, artsy energy will make you want to stay.
What SoHo Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
7.0
value
7.0
amenities
4.5
social
8.0
management
6.0
safety
9.1
Median rents in SoHo
Studio
$
4,650
1 Bedroom
$
6,850
2 Bedroom
$
9,450

Living in
SoHo

Nearby Subway Stations
Close to Stern
Grocery Stores
Lots of Cafes
Great Restaurant Scene
Shopping
Artsy
Charming
SoHo — 8.8/10 Rating (based on 4 neighborhood reviews)
- Under 10 min walk to Stern
- Great access to subway, esp. 1/C/E/N/R (but mainly local)
- Amazing fancy/cheap food options
- Fair Folks & A Goat = $35/mo unlimited (!) coffee/tea
- Close to 24/7 CVS and many bodegas
- Not close to Whole Foods or Trader Joe's
- Perfect or ruinous for fashion- / retail-oriented
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
124 Thompson St
Very fun neighborhood with lots of cafes and stores.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
56 Macdougal Street
Close to campus. Lots of restaurants, bars. Grocery stores nearby, quick access to three different subway stations.
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
56 MacDougal St
SoHo is hard to beat.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
109 Thompson Street


Getting to Know
SoHo

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: Lafayette St to Hudson River
North to South Boundaries: W Houston St to Canal St
dining
Blue Ribbon Sushi
Dig Inn
La Sirene
Potato Corner
grocery
Dean & DeLuca
Whole Foods Market
convenience
CVS Pharmacy
fitness
24 Hour Fitness
Oishi Judo Club
SoulCycle
WundaBar Pilates
parks
Pier 40
Vesuvio Playground
coffee
Aroma Espresso Bar
Everyman Espresso
Georgetown Cupcake
Pi Bakerie
bus
M21 (bus)
X1/X10 (bus)
X27 (bus)
rail
1 (metro)
A/E (metro)
C (metro)
parking
City Parking RL Mercer Street LLC
Edison Parkfast - Location #280
About your Neighbors
Data from the 2013 American Community Survey

Zip Codes
SoHo includes zip codes 10012, 10013, and 10014
Rent vs Own
65
%
of SoHo residents are renters
Driving to Work
6
%
of SoHo residents drive to work
New Construction
6
%
of housing units in SoHo have been built in the last 15 years
Building Types
40
%
<20 units
32
%
20-49 units
29
%
50+ units
Demographics
Children (under 18)
11
%
18 - 34
39
%
35 - 54
25
%
55+
25
%
Unit Mix
16
%
Studio
43
%
1 Bed
29
%
2 Bed
12
%
3+ Bed
Occupation or Education
Working Professional
66
%
Undergrad Student
7
%
Grad Student
5
%
Unemployed
4
%
Retired
17
%

Best Apartments
in SoHo



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1 Bed $4,850
2 Beds $7,850

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Studio $3,316
1 Bed $5,236
2 Beds $7,392

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Studio $3,995
1 Bed $5,150

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