Top 20 NoHo, New York vacation rentals & luxury serviced apartments
The name comes from its position north of Houston Street, but this sliver of Manhattan is just as handy for the two villages (Greenwich and East) on either side. It has a laid-back, bohemian feel with a mix of craft coffee shops, indie boutiques and stacks of distinctive, century-old loft apartments. The food scene is ever-evolving and ever-impressive, while small-scale galleries showcase on-trend art. Andy Warhol called this place home, and it retains an off-beat character – just check out the cabaret at Joe’s Pub or catch a stage show at the Public Theater. One thing to know – New York is a very busy city with lots going on (it’s not called “the city that never sleeps” for nothing). As part of an authentic New York experience, you can expect a fair amount of noise and construction coming from the streets, whether it be a passing delivery truck, honking yellow taxis, or roadwork. Remember that those impressive skyscrapers do come at a cost – scaffolding can be part of the architectural landscape.
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