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Soho: Located south of Houston Street, SoHo was originally an industrial area intended to be the location of a branch of the Lower Manhattan Expressway. However, after the efforts of community leaders, the project was abandoned, and SoHo was eventually declared a historic landmark in 1973. The area became a haven for artists, drawn to its many lofts and low rent, and soon developed a “hip” reputation. As new buildings were constructed in empty lots, SoHo began a shift... [more]

Soho $2,691 per ft² (avg.)
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Tribeca $2,758 per ft² (avg.)
Greenwich Village $2,636 per ft² (avg.)
West Village $2,479 per ft² (avg.)
Nolita $2,573 per ft² (avg.)
New Developments

161 For Sale

0 new listings, 0 sold this week

median: $3,095,000 | $2,700 per ft² | 1,400 ft²   View All Listings

210 Lafayette Street #3B
$1,595,000 for sale
1 bed1 bath768 ft²
Condo in Soho
428 Broome Street #1F
$2,995,000 for sale
1 bath
Co-op in Soho
10 Sullivan Street #2C
$2,965,000 for sale
2 beds2 baths1,210 ft²
Condo in Soho

153 For Rent

2 new listings, 3 rented this week

median: $4,895 | $74 per ft² | 1,800 ft²   View All Listings

203 Spring Street
$3,800 for rent
Furnished1 bed1 bath
Rental Unit in Soho
311 West Broadway
$15,000 for rent
3 beds3.5 baths2,195 ft²
Rental Unit in Soho
135 Greene Street
$17,500 for rent
2 beds2.5 baths3,000 ft²
Rental Unit in Soho

14 New Developments

median: $7,806,000 | $2,862 per ft² | 2,922 ft²   View All Listings

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