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SoHo (South of Houston)
Type: Shopping Districts
SoHo (short for South of Houston) was once home to New York's many factories – from sewing to iron foundries and everything in between. Now, the warehouse buildings have all been converted to loft... Read More
SoHo (short for South of Houston) was once home to New York's many factories – from sewing to iron foundries and everything in between. Now, the warehouse buildings have all been converted to loft spaces used for chic (read: expensive) living, while down below an array of high fashion boutiques, shops, and trendy restaurants abound for the rest of us. You'll find a branch of the Guggenheim Museum, a Bloomingdales, and even a Chanel boutique sprinkled between the Hollisters, H&Ms and Zaras of the streets. You could easily spend a day here wandering the cobblestone streets, stopping for lunch or a cocktail and, of course, shopping, shopping, shopping.
New York, NY
- Best Shopping: "If you can avoid SoHo on the weekends, you'll save yourself a few headaches."
- Shopping Malls and Centers: "Wander up the cobbled streets of Wooster and Greene for a slightly more local experience."
- Recommended as Best Shopping Because: Model-approved fashion trends and nearly every shopping outlet known to man: Soho is a hallmark of NYC's shopping scene.
- Best for Shopping Malls and Centers Because: It'd be sacrilege to visit New York and not step foot in SoHo for some shopping.
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