SoHo: from Houston Street down to Canal Street and from the Hudson River to Lafayette Street.
SoHo in New York City is famous for the loft apartments and especially its largest collection of historic cast iron architecture built in the 19th Century. The larger windows because of the use of cast iron were allowed to shed light on the co-op and condo lofts converted from old factories and offices. Most buildings in this area are lower then 12 stories.
LANMARK & Famous Buildings
The Puck Building (295 Lafayette Street)
The Little Singer Buildings (561 Broadway)
The E. V. Haughwout Building (488 Broadway)
40 Mercer Residences (40 Mercer Street)
Trump SoHo (246 Spring Street)
As one of the popular tourist spots in Manhattan, SoHo – known for its many artists' lofts, art galleries, and the trendy boutiques and fashion shops. However, what really stand out in the area are the artistic works and designers’ stores of art and fashion. Even the passengers walking on the streets are all stylish in different ways.