Welcome to NoHo
A creative pocket of Downtown Manhattan.
Noho, short for North of Houston, has a reputation of being one of the most in-demand neighborhoods in New York City. The area’s long-standing commercial history from 1850 to the early 1900s helped shape the neighborhood’s striking architectural features, along with influential residents such as the Delanos and Peter Cooper. Formerly known as the “Warehouse District,” Noho’s vintage store-and-loft buildings have since been modernized to suit a more fashion-forward and edgy downtown styling.
Tucked between the two Villages, Noho is a small downtown nook with an eclectic sensibility and bohemian spirit. Expansive lofts, chic boutiques, and quaint cafes abide in this tiny yet happening neighborhood.
What to Expect
All of the benefits of living downtown, but also value a quick and easy commute to other parts of the city.
Bounded by Broadway and Bowery, Noho maintains a six-block escape for those looking to get out of the crowds of nearby neighborhoods like Soho, Greenwich Village, or the East Village.
Laid-back but constantly stimulating. Days are spent lounging at coffee shops or browsing boutiques, and nights are spent at sleek lounges and art house theaters.
Noho’s entertainment and culture scene is heavily influenced by a history of having artists-in-residence. Colonnade Row is a perfect example of a residential-cultural space, with the Astor Place Theater serving as the original home of the acclaimed Blue Man Group and other off-Broadway shows.
A quiet neighborhood with plenty of green space.
There are almost no public parks and green spaces in this tiny, landlocked neighborhood. Those who want homes surrounded by nature might want to look elsewhere.
Pricey. New luxury buildings near Bowery and walk-ups on side streets are some of the most highly sought-after in the downtown market.
Noho has a relatively diverse mix of real-estate options, albeit in low quantities. Lofts and walk-ups lend themselves to a classic old-New York feel throughout the neighborhood.
You'll Fall in Love With
The unique architectural design and rich artistic history.
Noho is known for its distinctive architectural style. Whether it’s Classical or Renaissance-inspired, Noho displays an eclectic mix of facades around every corner.