Soho has a long history of inspiring New York’s creative communities. The same lofts that used to house manufacturing factories in the 1950s are now home to photo studios, fashion houses, and art galleries.

Wall of graffiti – ProSEOexpress

In Soho you’ll find flagship retailers, eclectic boutiques, and homespun knick-knacks. The vibrant nightlife scene replaces the hectic shopping hustle upon sunset. There’s something for everyone, from exclusive nightclubs to low-key dive bars.

SOHO Trump hotel – ProSEOexpress

 This posh high-rise hotel is a 2-minute walk from the New York City Fire Museum and 12 minutes from Washington Square Park. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer city or river views. Suites add living rooms, and some have whirlpool tubs. There’s a Japanese restaurant, a library, and a lounge/bar with a DJ booth. Other amenities include a spa and hammam, a fitness center and a seasonal outdoor pool with a bar. There’s also a ballroom, along with meeting rooms in addition to valet parking.


SOHO SQUARE is a small park in the heart of Soho with a few benches and trees. There are some tables available so it’s a great place to sit down with food, a book or some friends and people watch.  Free Tours by Foot meets here for to start their Soho, Little Italy and Chinatown walking tour.
SOHO - inside bar

Greenhouse NYC – ProSEOexpress

 Maybe you’ve tried to green your office, home, or neighborhood, but how about your nightlife? For NYC partiers, it’s easy to go green while drinking and dancing because of eco-friendly nightclub Greenhouse NYC. Everything from energy and water use to the building materials is regulated and approved by the US Green Building Council. Greenhouse NYC is covered in greenery. The club is 100 percent wind powered, and has only LED lightbulbs, waterless urinals, low-flow toilets,  bamboo walls, and the staff’s uniforms are made sustainably in Africa. Vodka 360 is the featured spirit and is served in a reusable bottle and is made in a green distillery.

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