Soho — Manhattan Downtown neighborhood

Soho - corner of Broome and Broadway

Soho - corner of Broome and Broadway

Soho is located the historic neighborhood. Soho still retains its European style and old architectures. It is north of Canal Street and south of Houston. Soho is neighborhood of Greenwich Village, Little Italy, and the Financial District. Soho is also close to many convenient subway lines – A C E 1 N Q R 6 J M Z. Artists pushed this neighborhood from vacant warehouses into residential lofts. At that time the area was exclusively for artists and their studios.

This area transferred from farmland to the upper-class neighborhood in the early 19th century, with working actors and high-paid models living in the neighborhood. Soho has very unique architectures. All the buildings abound with all different beautiful styles. Residential homes include lofts, walkup and newer luxury buildings. Living in SoHo offers convenient access to all of downtown and everything you can imagine right outside your door.

It is also a shopping district. West Broadway and Broadway are the two major shopping strips. The district offers outstanding shopping from Chanel, Marc Jacobs, and Prada. The Apple store has become a crowded hangout paradise. Today this area is one of the city’s most trendy areas, fashion galleries, music, restaurants, bars as much as anything else. Local people call it a mall without a roof. Lifestyle in Soho is neighbors to galleries. (More info below the restaurants & bars listings)

Restaurnats
• Aquagrill – 210 Spring St. (212) 274-0505
• Balthazar — 80 Spring St. (212) 965 1414
• Blue Ribbon Sushi –119 Sullivan St. (212) 343-0404
• Blue Ribbon Brasserie — 97 Sullivan St. (212) 274-0404
• Dos Caminos Soho — 475 W Broadway, (212) 277-4300
• Fiamma — 206 Spring St. (212) 653-0100
Kittichai — 60 Thompson St., (212) 925-2971
• S Mercer Kitchen — 147 Mercer St., (212) 966-5454
• Woo Lae Oak — 148 Mercer St. (212) 925-8200

Drinks & Bars
• A60 / Thom Bar – 60 Thompson St., (212) 219-3200
• Aroma Exspresso Bar – 145 Greene St, (212) 533-1094
• Bar 89, 89 Mercer St – (212) 274-0989
• Cafe Noir – 32 Grand St. #A (212) 431-7910
• Circa Tabac – 32 Watts St, (212) 941-1781
• Crosby Street Hotel Bar – 79 Crosby St, (212) 226-6400
• Deco Group Inc. – 76 Wooster St, (212) 966-3832
• Fanelli’s Café – 94 Prince St, (212) 226-9412
• Grand Bar & Lounge – 310 W Broadway, (212) 965-3588
• N 33 Crosby Bar & Tapas – 33 Crosby St, (212) 219-8856
• Obivia – 201 Lafayette St, (212) 226-4904
Pegu Club – 77 W Houston St. (212) 473-7348
• Room – 144 Sullivan St #144,(212) 477-2102
• Soho Brewery – 23 Watts St, (212) 925-9922
• Sybarite – 76 Wooster St, (212) 966-3832
• Sanctuary Tea – 337B West Broadway, (212) 941-7832
• Yard – 310 W Broadway, (212) 965-3271

SoHo is an expansive area in downtown Manhattan, not only for shopping but also in the real estate. Most of the properties sale at this neighborhood is above million dollars, yet, a few small studio in co-ops sold for under $500K today, and you may lucky to find a studio in a walk-up buildings sale for only under $300K as a handyman is needed. The average price for condo here is $1,205 per square foot. Trump Soho Condominiums sell $1.02mm for studio, and $1.578mm for one-bedroom. It is a 46-story five-star luxury hotel condominium with modem high-end kitchen and bathroom. Two-bedroom and two-bath with 1,418 SqFt townhouse, at Houston St. sell for $1.899mm. Most Two-bedroom condo sell at $2mm up, and three-bedroom and three-bath sell around from $4mm and up. Depending on the location and the size of the apartment, condition, the property price in Soho is much diversified. Not less than all the combination of restaurants, bars, shopping destinations, and close to Chinatown and little Italy, Soho is a great place to live.

Real estate is a long-term investment opportunity. In this shifting real estate market, you may be able to purchase investment real estate that will secure your financial goals for the long term. Please contact me directly Diana Wu at 516-320-0231 (cell) or email me at diana.wu@elliman.com, I work for The Voda Group, the  AWARD-WINNER group from Prudential Douglas Elliman.

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