Located just north of Houston Street (lending it its name) and nestled between the East Village and West Village, NoHo is a small yet chic enclave of the city boasting coveted loft buildings, delectable cafes, upscale restaurants, and trendy boutiques. Despite only spanning a few blocks, NoHo has emerged as a distinct neighborhood defined by former warehouses and historic factory buildings that have been converted into coveted lofts by prestigious architects, such as the famed Silk Building.
The neighborhood has been known to attract legendary creatives over the years, with Andy Warhol and many others calling NoHo home. Remaining true to its creative spirit, this stylish neighborhood offers popular art galleries such as the Aicon Gallery, Zurcher Gallery, Eric Firestone Loft, and many more. Boasting many famed restaurants, NoHo offers several coveted eateries including Acme, Vic's, Il Buco, and Bohemian.