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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 $2,372 per ft² (avg.)
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Tribeca $2,391 per ft² (avg.)
Greenwich Village $2,460 per ft² (avg.)
West Village $2,426 per ft² (avg.)
Nolita $2,686 per ft² (avg.)
New Developments

162 For Sale

9 new listings, 1 sold this week

median: $2,729,812 | $2,672 per ft² | 1,388 ft²   View All Listings

22 Renwick Street #4
$4,995,000 for sale
4 beds4 baths2,400 ft²
Condo in Soho
185 West Houston Street #1F
$560,000 for sale
1 bed1 bath
Co-op in Soho
54 Thompson Street #PH
$12,995,000 for sale
5 beds7 baths7,000 ft²
Condo in Soho

158 For Rent

8 new listings, 6 rented this week

median: $5,500 | $76 per ft² | 1,900 ft²   View All Listings

40 Mercer Street
$12,500 for rent
1 bed1.5 baths1,222 ft²
Condo in Soho
181 Prince Street
$2,550 for rent
1 bath
Building in Soho
71 Sullivan Street
$2,995 for rent
2 beds1 bath
Co-op in Soho

74 New Developments

median: $1,977,800 | $3,150 per ft² | 682 ft²   View All Listings

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