Spotlight on NoHo!
NoHo (north of Houston) lies between Greenwich Village and the East Village, birthed from an artistic sentiment that lingers amongst the fabulous architecture and bustling neighborhood. Quiet streets of cobblestone and tree-lined sidewalks live comfortably with great shopping, some of the best dining in the city and cultural institutions, drawing creative and finance folks and their families to the neighborhood.
Much of NoHo is designated a historic district. According to the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, the district is comprised of approximately 125 buildings, many of them old factories with cast-iron facades and early 19th century homes. Some individual landmarks in the NoHo Historic District include: the Astor Library, the Bayard-Condict Building, the Bouwerie Lane Theater, and the DeVinne Press Building. Two New York City Subway stations, Astor Place and Bleecker Street, are also landmarked. New York University, and The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art are located here as well.
Homes for sale in NoHo consist primarily of co-ops and condominiums, with loft-life spaces being the draw. You can find them in both newer residential buildings and also converted warehouses, opening up style choices to all buyers.
There’s a real sense of community here as the neighborhood attracts young families who want to raise their kids in a quieter corner of New York City, while still having access to all it has to offer.
For information on the NoHo neighborhood and other exciting homes for sale in Manhattan, contact Robert DeFalco Realty at 718-748-7000 (NYC Service Office, member of Manhattan MLS) or stop by our conveniently located one-stop center at 8823 3rd Ave. in Brooklyn. 1678 Hylan Boulevard in Staten Island, 718-987-7900 for our Staten Island Office or in New Jersey at 315 Rte 34 in Colts Neck, 732-845-3200. Bi-lingual agents are available.
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