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Landmarks

Soho is one of Manhattan’s most character-filled neighborhoods, located downtown and filled with charming details like cobblestone streets. Soho has become known as one of the city’s key shopping areas, and while you can visit the likes of anything from Chanel to quirky thrift stores, the neighborhood also offers creative galleries and great restaurants. You’ll also notice holdouts of the 19th-century industrial history of Soho in the form of cast-iron lamp posts and fire escapes, the NYC Fire Museum, and St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral, which was the setting for scenes from The Godfather.

Transportation

There are plenty of transportation options for residents of Soho. The 1 line stops at Houston and Canal Sts., while the A, C, and E run under Sixth Ave., stopping at Canal St. If you’re going to Spring St. you can take the C and E. Stopping at Prince and Canal are the N, Q, and R, and the Q express train stops at Canal as well. Other lines include the B, D, F, and M, which provide service to the Houston St. Broadway-Lafayette station. In addition to many subway lines servicing the neighborhood, there are also city bus lines including the M5, M20, and M21.

Rent Prices

Many people find Soho to be one of the most desirable neighborhoods to live in Manhattan. A lot of the housing options are located above stores and are converted industrial spaces and lofts. Soho is considered to be expensive in terms of not just rental prices, but general living expenses, however, with the average cost of rent around $3,200. While that might be the average cost and it is possible to find one bedrooms for less, it’s also not uncommon in Soho to see rental prices of more than $10,000 for units with more square footage.