SoHo, New York.
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New York’s center of downtown style, SoHo (South of Houston Street) is home to sleek art galleries, coffee shops, and designer boutiques that line just about every street in the neighborhood.

Frequented by chic fashionistas and edgy model types, SoHo’s trendy stores are consistently packed with bag-toting women and tourists looking to window shop and people-watch.

Vast warehouse buildings along the cobblestone alleys have been transformed into expensive lofts that the city’s artistic upper crust call home, while a plethora of galleries, bistros, and intimate drinking haunts offer creative types plenty of options for wine-and-cheese art openings, low-key dinners, and early evening single malts and martinis.

Later on, the hip and trendsetting residents hit the pulsating clubs or hot rock spots on the west side of the neighborhood.

A fantastic area for foodies, art lovers, and the ultra-cool party set, SoHo NYC provides an attractive mix of daytime culture and shopping, expensive evening cocktails, and late-night debauchery.

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