If you love shopping and are tired of Department store sameness, SoHo is the place to go. Both famous designers and up-and-coming designers offer their art and work in SoHo.SoHo is bounded in the north by Houston Street, Lafayette Street on the east, Canal Street on the south, and Varick Street on the west.While many people believe it derives its name from the Soho district in London, they are totally unrelated.The name is actually an acronym for “South of Houston Street,” which roughly describes the location of SoHo.Soho has its history written on the walls and facades of its neighborhood. Many of the buildings located here were used as commercial warehouses and barns in the past. In the 70s, these buildings, especially the upper stories which came to be used as lofts, attracted artists who valued the spaces for their large areas, large windows admitting natural light and cheap rents.This led to its I interesting and unusual architecture undergoing a dramatic change as com... Read More
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