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SoHo – New York

Greene Street en el Soho de Nueva York

SoHo (short for South of Houston) is famous for being the district with the most buildings in the world with cast-iron architecture, including full and partial cast-iron façades. This area was made popular in the 60s as it became the home of various artists in search of cheaper rental prices.

These days it’s hard to think of this district as anything but prosperous, with its fashion boutiques, restaurants and array of art galleries.

SoHo is a perfect example of the constant change taking place in the city, which New York prides itself on.

 

Boundaries:

North:

West Houston Street

South: Canal Street
East: Broadway
West: West Street

Metro lines:

6, N, R, B, D, F, Q, C, E, A, 1, 9

Bus Lines:

Through the city via Houston Street

Towards the southern areas of the city via Broadway and Varick

Towards the northern areas of the city via 6th Avenue and  Hudson

Parks:

Promenade along the banks of the Hudson River.

Sights:

The Puck Building

A variety of buildings with cast-iron façades