Welcome to NoHo
A creative pocket of Downtown Manhattan.
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. Noho’s convenient location draws commuters that work in downtown and midtown Manhattan. With eight train lines and transfers to main transit points like Union Square, it’s a great area for Manhattanites that want easy access to other neighborhoods.
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.
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. Those looking for a more modern aesthetic can look to the Bond Street Building, an attention-grabbing luxury home nestled between quaint, historical buildings and a cobblestoned street.
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. This pocket-sized neighborhood is often overlooked by New Yorkers passing through; for a time it was considered part of Soho instead of its own distinct neighborhood. But now, Noho sports an undeniably distinct charm that isn’t found elsewhere in the city. Noho is a neighborhood that gives you plenty of reasons to keep looking up –– you never know what you might discover.