SoHo, or South of Houston, is located between Houston and Canal Streets between Mott Street and the Hudson River. SoHo was once a center for artists who liked to work in the loft spaces in the historic SoHo buildings. The neighborhood began to change in the 1960's as trendy galleries and shops moved in to the neighborhood forcing the artists out. SoHo does offer some rooms for rent mainly in lofts.
The neighborhood enjoys some of the most preserved buildings in the city. SoHo's many cast iron buildings were built in the 1800's and take a look back in the city's history.
SoHo is popular with those looking for rooms for rent due to its artistic history and loft spaces. The main choices of rooms for rent in SoHo are loft spaces.
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