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New York Noho Area
North of Hudson Street, or NoHo, is a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan. Located between the other unique neighborhoods of this area, NoHo New York is one of the most expensive neighborhoods and it is very popular with the rich residents of New York. It is also one of the greatest NYC attractions to see on your vacation.
Get to know Noho New York
NoHo New York is also known for its architecture, and it is known as the Historic District. Here you can find some of the important historical landmarks! Visit the Astor Library, built in 1848. Or the Astor Place where the Astor Opera House used to be. Also the Bouwerie Lane Theater at Bond St. built in 1874 by Henry Engelbert. Many famous plays were produced here, like the “Night and Day”. Although NoHo is small it is packed with many landmarked streets.
After visiting NoHo you can enjoy a tour in the surrounding neighborhoods, like Nolita where you can find many churches, Italian restaurants, trendy bars and boutiques. One of the important landmarks here is the St. Patrick’s Cathedral built in 1815. And one of the exciting events is the feast of San Gennaro, held annually in this historic neighborhood.
There are many things to do in New York’s NoHo. For those who feel like enjoying a culinary journey while visiting New York’s most exciting neighborhoods, we recommend you to visit Little Italy, where most of the Italian immigrants used to live. The neighborhood is packed with restaurants and shops, so make sure you plan carefully so you don’t miss the most special landmarks there. For more information watch our video guides on Chinatown and Little Italy and get more ideas on what to do in New York and how to plan for you next vacation.
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