SoHo
An artists' haven turned international boutique and shopping destination. The name "SoHo" refers to the area being "South of Houston Street".
About SoHo
11,848
People live in SoHo
$189,205
Avg. Household Income
39
Avg. Age
Cast iron buildings, cobblestone streets, 5-star hotels, fashionistas, high-end shopping, and world-class eateries are all what make SoHo perhaps the most famous neighborhood in New York. Whether you’re on Prince Street walking by the beautiful window displays, grabbing a cappuccino and macaron on Spring Street, or checking out designer boutiques on Greene Street, SoHo provides the best that New York has to offer for locals and tourists, alike. Whether you’re there at 9am or 9pm, the area is always busy, always buzzy, and you never know who you’re going to see.
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Upscale Boutiques
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Historic District
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Touristy
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Great Transit
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Mercer Street
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Traffic Ranking
#4
Out of all retail areas in New York City
Top 3 Ranked
#1 SoHo
#2 West Village
#3 NoLita
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