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Soho

The Pulse of Manhattan

SoHo is more than cast-iron architecture: It’s a microcosm of New York City, compressed into 26 blocks — simultaneously an artist’s enclave, a fashionista’s haven, a foodie’s paradise, and a history buff’s living textbook. There’s much to discover south of Houston Street, and The Dominick can help you get started.

Gastronomy

Home to a Michelin-starred restaurant and countless other culinary delights, SoHo is replete with quality dining options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Gastronomy

Parks

Located on SoHo’s western boundary, The Dominick is within a mile of the High Line, Washington Square Park, Union Square Park, Hudson Square Park, and other green spaces.

Parks

Sightseeing & Landmarks

The Dominick is situated on a historic street. In fact, SoHo, quite literally, is a living landmark: Multiple buildings in the SoHo–Cast Iron Historic District are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Sightseeing & Landmarks

Arts & Culture

As the art scene has expanded into Chelsea, SoHo is still home to dozens of galleries and studios, displaying everything from fine to modern art.

Arts & Culture

Shopping

Chanel. Prada. Bape. From designer boutiques to department store chains, SoHo provides ample opportunities to dress-up your wardrobe.

Shopping Offers

Shopping