Living in NoHo
With 9 train lines passing through, NoHo residents find the location ideal for commuting not only to work but any location New York City has to offer.
NoHo’s iconic lofts and converted warehouses have long been home to artists and writers. That bohemian-chic artistic spirit has stuck with the neighborhood over the years and current NoHo residents are surrounded with art, artisan food, and nightlife. The neighborhood offers wonderful restaurants ranging from trendy and upscale to under the radar neighborhood joints. NoHo also has some of the best lounges and bars in all of Manhattan.
NoHo is ideal for those looking to partake in the artsy, modern, upscale side of New York City while enjoying convenient commutes to work, school, or NYC transportation hubs.
With easy access to three different subway lines, NoHo is one of Manhattan’s most convenient neighborhoods for accessing public transportation. Headed to the Upper East Side, the Upper West Side, Penn Station or Grand Central? They’re each just a short subway ride from NoHo, as are many other NYC spots.
Local Subway Lines
The beginning of the NoHo neighborhood extends back to the early 1800′s and several buildings from that era still stand today as NoHo historic landmarks. The Puck Building, originally a printing factory constructed in 1885 and sits across the street from our NoHo apartments, is one of the most famous. Today, the Puck Building houses an REI store which has kept and restored the old printing equipment and doubles as a museum. Other notable landmarks in the NoHo area include Astor Place, NYU, SoHo and New York’s Little Italy and Chinatown districts.
With a modern upscale style that echoes NoHo itself, Bond St. remains a dining destination, offering neighborhood A-listers Japanese cuisine that could be considered ‘designer sushi.’ In sharp contrast to Bond St., Italian eateries like Bianca on Bleecker cater to a more hipster crowd with delicious food at palatable prices.
Of course, if you’re looking for a truly unique NoHo NYC experience, look no further than Il Buco on Bond St. With a farmhouse setting and a nearby wine bar, market, and bakery, Il Buco offers communal outdoor dining and food made with only the freshest ingredients. Better yet, they’re just around the corner from our luxury NoHo apartments.
Wooo weee, exquisite and absolutely quaint dining!! The place is romantic – I felt as if I walked into someone’s very own private dining room. Bookcases on the wall, wooden walls and tables gave the place such a warm feel. – Yelp review of Il Buco
With its variety of local shops and boutiques, NoHo has a distinctive charm that remains largely free from big box stores. It’s likely going to stay that way for a long time, since the space has been designated as a historic district. If you’re looking for a uniquely chic shopping experience, NoHo merchants include shops like Dashwood, New York’s only all-photography book haven, and the latest in upscale hipster threads from stores like Save Khaki and Louis Purple.