When shopping in SoHo, you can have it all: from brand name and designer shops to unique boutiques, from clothing to furniture to art. You may even stumble upon a small factory or two that once defined the area. The neighborhood still retains a few of its original cobblestones and much of its cast iron facades and fire escapes, making SoHo a historical and flavorful place to shop and eat.
Broadway, Prince and Spring streets in the north hold most of SoHo's boutiques and restaurants. Here you can find stores for any budget, including Chanel, Marc Jacobs, Urban Outfitters, Bloomingdale's, H&M, Apple Store, Sephora, and Swatch. Be sure to browse a few of the many art galleries found throughout the neighborhood. The southern area touches Canal Street, where cheaper knock-offs can be purchased.
For a larger listing of shops in SoHo, check out the website provided by SoHonyc, a private company dedicated to promoting SoHo businesses: www.sohonyc.com
- Subway Stop:
- F, V trains to the Broadway/Lafayette Street Station
- N, R trains to the Prince Street Station
- C, E trains to the Spring Street Station