Neighborhood Guide

SoHo


Boundaries: Canal St. to Houston St.; Lafayette St. to Hudson River

 

Where Would You Live? 19th century cast iron architecture dominates with a mix of lofts and low rise apartments.  Soho has become a destination for lovers of high fashion and fine design, with many of New York’s largest and most unusual residences.  Antique lofts exist alongside adaptively re-used industrial buildings and newly constructed apartment buildings.

 

Neighborhood Features: Boutique shopping; popular dining at restaurants such as the Dutch, Balthazar, Mercer Kitchen, Blue Ribbon; galleries; cultural attractions such as The New Museum of Contemporary Art and the Museum of African Art; conveniences such as pharmacies, delis, dry cleaners, and take-out.  

Subways: 6 to Canal St. | 6 to Spring St. | 6 to Bleecker St. | 1 to Canal St. | 1 to Houston St. | N,R to Prince St. | J,N,Q,R,Z,6 to Canal St. | C,E to Spring St. | A,C,E to Canal St. | B,D,F,M to Broadway-Lafayette | F,J,M,Z to Delancey St.-Essex St. | B,D to Grand St.


SoHo Listings

Size Starting from Available Avg. $/Ft2 DOM
Studio $425.0K 22 $1,781 225
1 BR $675.0K 49 $1,854 124
2 BR $655.0K 60 $2,015 118
3 BR $2.2M 48 $2,245 167

$2,281

Avg. Price/SqFt.

Prices Trend (2007-2019)