Hudson Square is situated between the Hudson River and Avenue of the Americas, from Houston Street to Canal Street. Once known as New York City’s Printing District, this tiny pocket of enormous 19th- and early 20th-century former printing houses has evolved alongside the publishing industry. Today all that old-school architecture houses an impressive array of high-profile media, advertising and communications companies, from Google to Horizon Media. Join us as we continue to transform the area into a vibrant, 24-hour destination.
The storied area east of Avenue of the Americas, between Houston and Canal streets, was dubbed Soho in the early 1970s, when it emerged as an art mecca. Today all these historic Queen Anne and cast-iron buildings house more high-end clothing stores than artists’ lofts, but the creative spirit of this former art mecca lives on. Top-tier makers in beautifully designed spaces draw ever-revolving crowds who spark with new ideas and perspectives.
Tucked between Canal Street, Broadway, and the Hudson River, Tribeca has an intimate air. Former warehouses and industrial buildings, artfully converted, create a street-level spaciousness, making its eclectic mix of shops, businesses, and residences seem almost tranquil. No wonder it’s one of Manhattan’s most desirable neighborhoods.
The small, lively blocks between Houston Street and 14th Street give the West Village the same village-like feel that could be found 20, 50, and even 100 years ago. Elegant red-brick townhouses line leafy streets dotted with small shops and cafes, drawing New Yorkers night and day.