Soho Tribeca

Referred to as recently as the 1960s, ‘70s, and ‘80s by the vaguely unattractive (yet loving) nickname "Hell's Hundred Acres,” SoHo, the New York neighborhood "South of Houston" Street, has developed into one of Manhattan's trendiest neighborhoods. 

With its diverse and funky shops, its galleries, bars and bistros, SoHo has also been transformed into one of the city's top residential and tourist destinations, which, in turn, feeds the shops, galleries, bars and bistros...which, in turn, raises prices across the board. 

Although the high cost of living has forced many of the down-and-out creative types to migrate north-west to Chelsea or south to Tribeca, SoHo does still have more than its fair share of cutting-edge artists and designers rubbing shoulders with über-hip storefronts and beautiful people. 

Meticulously Renovated 3BR on No Moore Street$19,000
Tribeca Ultra-luxury Furnished Sprawling 2 Bedroom/ 2.5 bths with  Spectacular Skyline & River Views with a Large Terrace$17,500 furnished
3 Bed|3 Bath Luxury Rental In Tribeca$16,500
Luxury  3 bed no fee downtown Tribeca$13,750
2 bed/2 Bath Luxury Apartment,  Newly renovated, Tribeca, Sun Filled$6,695
Spacious Corner 1 Bed/1.5 Bath W/ Dining Alcove in Stylish Tribeca Building, Dining Alcove, Walk-In Closet, Upgraded Stainless Steel Appliances, Northern && Eastern Exposure W/ City Views, & Sky-Lit Indoor Swimming Pool$5,995
2beds/1 baths, Tribeca, Luxury Apartment, Sunny and Spacious$6,195
Modern Home Design Murray Street TribecaAvailable upon request
Modern Contemporary Home in the Heart of Tribeca$5,985
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