TRIBECA


Tribeca


Industrial era warehouses reimagined into coffee bars and late night New York hotspots.

Perfectly coiffed hostesses run the roost at Tribeca’s trendy bars and restaurants. As Tribeca is a late-night hotspot, the scene inside this neighborhood’s industrial-era warehouses is so stylish it can be intimidating. Counter Tribeca’s super cool crowd with its cobblestone streets, local cafes, and inviting park space, and you’ve found yourself a well-rounded, well-connected neighborhood in the midst of Lower Manhattan.


Tribeca is within Manhattan and bordered by Financial District, Battery Park City, Hudson Square, Civic Center, Soho, and Chinatown



JFK Airport: 35 minutes by cab without traffic
LaGuardia Airport: 25 minutes by cab without traffic
Wall Street / Financial District: 10 minutes by subway
Times Square: 18 minutes by subway

HUDSON SQUARE


Hudson Square



Riverfront bike paths, busy professionals, and one very special trapeze school on the border of Soho.

Bounded by the Hudson River, Soho, Tribeca and the West Village, Hudson Square exhibits a medley of characteristics borrowed from its surrounding neighborhoods. While Hudson Square shares Soho's trendy vibe and low-rise architectural aesthetic, it also maintains a touch of Tribeca’s elegance. Although this neighborhood’s industrial-sized office buildings and paved bike paths provide plenty of daytime activity, its sidewalks become mostly empty in the evenings.

Hudson Square is within Manhattan and bordered by Tribeca, West Village, Greenwich Village, and Soho



JFK Airport: 35 minutes by cab without traffic
Laguardia Airport: 25 minutes by cab without traffic
Times Square: 14 minutes by subway
Wall Street / Financial District: 13 minutes by subway






SOHO


Soho



NYC’s tip-top neighborhood for everything couture.

Remarkably hip Soho welcomes a tirelessly fashionable crowd with a penchant for premium shopping. Renowned for its endless array of pricey boutiques and its charming atmosphere, this sought-after hotspot is famous for attracting cool celebrities and hot models to join its crowds. Away from the masses, Soho’s picturesque streets become quieter, but the youthful attitude of this trendy locale ensures there’s never an early bedtime.

Soho is within Manhattan and bordered by East Village, Little Italy, Lower East Side, Noho, Tribeca, West Village, Greenwich Village, Hudson Square, Nolita, and Chinatown


LaGuardia Airport: 20 minutes by cab without traffic
JFK Airport: 30 minutes by cab without traffic
Times Square: 18 minutes by subway 
Wall Street / Financial District: 14 minutes by subway




Transportation


SoHo can be reached by the New York City Subway, using the A C E trains to Spring Street; 1 2 trains to Houston Street; the N Q R trains to Prince Street; and the 4 6 <6> trains to Spring Street. The crosstown M21 on Houston Street and the north-south M1, M5 bus routes also serve the neighborhood.


Schools


  • The Montessori School in Soho (75 Sullivan Street)
  • There are no New York City Department of Education schools located within SoHo, although there are several just outside its borders, including:
    • Broome Street Academy Charter School (M522, 121 Avenue of the Americas)
    • Chelsea Career and Technical Education High School (M615, 131 Avenue of the Americas)
    • NYC Ischool (M376, 131 Avenue of the Americas)
    • P.S. 130 Hernando de Soto School (M130, 143 Baxter Street)
    • Unity Center for Urban Technologies (M500, 121 Avenue of the Americas)