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SoHo Neighborhood Guide by Real Estate Agent John M. Catanese December 11, 2013

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SoHo Neighborhood Guide by Real Estate Agent John M. Catanese , Manhattan, New York

From its roots as a haven for starving artists seeking loft space for their studios and the site of gritty textile factories, SoHo has truly changed in the modern era as a trendy neighborhood full of boutiques, restaurants, and theaters. Considered one of NYC’s best neighborhoods for shopping, dining, and nightlife, there is little wonder why so many individuals and families want to move to this superb neighborhood.

NYC real estate agent team John M. Catanese and Anthony La Forte know the ins and outs of this popular neighborhood, and recommends these well-loved attractions:

  • Broadway Shopping: SoHo is known for its small shops and boutiques, but locals can find the top designers and national chain stores, such as Marc Jacobs and H&M along Broadway.
  • Film Forum: True to its roots as an arts community, SoHo’s Film Forum is the best place for locals to catch indie films, classics, and the latest critically acclaimed films from Cannes and other film festivals.
  • Antique Hunting: Every weekend, the SoHo Antiques and Flea Market tantalizes locals with the chance to find a true needle in the haystack. Search for beautiful and valuable trinkets at this popular market every week.

SoHo is a beautiful and lively neighborhood that welcomes both young people and families with endless opportunities for fun and enlightenment. New Yorkers who want to call SoHo their home can connect with the apartment broker team of John M. Catanese and Anthony La Forte to see the hottest listings in the area. Call John M. Catanese and Anthony La Forte at (347) 937-0175 for a viewing today or check out their regularly updated real estate listings online.

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