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The neighborhood of SoHo (an...
The neighborhood of SoHo (an acronym for South of Houston) which occupies the area from Houston (North), Canal Street ( South), West Broadway (West) and Crosby Street (East) and TriBeCa (an acronym for Triangle Below Canal Street) are among Manhattan's most trendy. SoHo is on the site of the first free black community on the Island. This area was settled in 1664 by former slaves who were granted land for farms. During the 19th century SoHo became an industrial area with many cast-iron commercial and warehouse buildings. Soho was threatened with demolition in the 1960s until the cast-iron buildings were saved by artist who begun to move into these lofts. In the 60s, painters and sculptors were attracted by the lofts or old warehouses with huge spaces The area became very trendy. Art galleries opened soon, followed by restaurants and shops.
Housing Works Used Book Cafe
A true gem for the book collector & every day reader looking for something a bit off beat or hard to find.
Unlike many used book stores, UBC is large, well organized, friendly, has food and is some place you want to sit down and spend an afternoon.
The volunteers are knowledgeable about their books and the food is good.
Shopping at the H&M
IF youve been to or live in Europe and shopped here you know why the store is so great. Its like the Ikea of clothes good design and dirt cheap. Great for frugal and stylish guys and gall's and New York is the only place in America to find it.
Shopping, of course!My...
Shopping, of course!
My favourite: Banana Republic - everywhere, but these on 5th Avenue are the most expensive.
21 Century - I haven't seen in Manhattan, try Brooklyn, you can cheaply buy cloth of famous designers. The only problem - you can't try it in the shop, but you can always give it back.
Soho, short for south of...
Soho, short for south of Houston (pronounced House-sten) used to be a textile producing area, full of sewing machines, sweatshops, immigrants and lofts. Soho along with New York City itself was downbeat and nearly bankrupt in the 70's, until the artist and alternative types moved in, seeking huge spaces and low rents.
Sometime in the early nineties the area was turned into a shopping mall and the artists moved to Chelsea. Anyway, I was shocked-shocked! when I saw a McDonald's Hamburger Restaurant there. And now its swarming with bridge and tunnel people.
Go shopping in SoHo! This...
Go shopping in SoHo! This place is amazing!!! SoHo is an area of Manhattan where there are stores and boutiques just lined up on either side of the street. The stores have every fashion style imaginable at prices that vary from cheap to very expensive. These are stores that you will NOT see anywhere else!
Northern border of lower east side ethnic neighbourhoods. Also a place where some delicious and traditional jewish food specialities can be found (Yonah Knish Bakery and Russ and Daughters).
You can walk around, visit a gallery, shop, and eat in one of the best restaurants New York has. Look at the buildings. Aren't they beautiful?
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SOHO as it is known around New York is great place to eat and feel the flavour of the Chinese community.
There are many great places to eat in Chinatown.
The area south of Houston street (that´s where the name comes from) is famous for its galleries! It´s quite a posh place, but you also find some nice bars and cafes here!
The SoHo (South of Houston...
The SoHo (South of Houston St.) area is one of the most Bohemian in the city. It is famous for the beatiful 'ironcast' architecture from the beginning of the XX century.
Moss has the neatest stuff....
Moss has the neatest stuff. different approaches to furniture, dinnerware, outdoor gear, always interesting.
SoHo... A great place to...
SoHo... A great place to shop,eat live,and walk around. Many years ago it was old factories and in the last 20 years its become one of the best places to be in NY.
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