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Things to Do in the Neighborhood:
SoHo is known best for it's cast iron architecture which became popular in the late 19th century. The best example of this can be found on Greene Street. Between Canal and Grand and Broom and Spring you will see many examples, the most famous can be found 28-30 Greene Street built in 1872, considered the "Queen". Another fine example, called the "King" also built by the same designer Duckworth is 72-76 Green Street. Another famous building in the area is the Singer Building, from 1904-originally built for the Sewing Machine Company. The facade is Terra Cotta, with cast iron balcony's. Located at 88-92 Broadway is the Haughwout Building, an 1857 cast iron structure that was the first to use the Otis Elevator. Going into Tribeca the best examples can be found on White Street. Located on Broadway is the Museum of African American Art, just south of Houston. Nearby is the New Museum of Contemporary Art. Moving west past Avenue of the Americas is the NYC Fire Museum. Click on the Soho Area to see a more Detailed Street Level View of Sights.
If you are looking to stay in this area there are a number of good hotels nearby. On Mercer Street is SoHo's first luxury hotel - The Mercer. Further down towards TriBeCa is the Soho Grand, a Stylish Luxury Boutique Hotel. Moving into Tribeca is the TriBeCa Grand Hotel, located on the Avenue of the Americas.
Shops in this area include boutique style jewelry and fashion stores, and hair and Nail Salons. Some of the shops nearby are Bliss (Bath and Spa)SOHO, C.O. Bigelo (Bath and Beauty), INA (Clothes and Shoes), Moss (Home and Gifts), Prada (Clothes and Shoes), and Kirna Zabete (Fashion). More SoHo Shopping, Restarants, and Clubs.