NoHo or “North off Houston Street” is a small but lovely residential neighborhood that still has remnants of its industrial warehouse history. Right near New York University and Cooper Union, NoHo is home to students, young professionals, and artists who love the Downtown convenience and low-key beat. The local creative community spice up the neighborhood’s entertainment scene. A variety of theaters like the Angelika Film Center, Astor Place and Public Theaters, allow residents and visitors to enjoy some drama or romance on set. Niche specialized shops dot the down where you can find new alternative tracks, the latest reads, or a cool vintage top. NoHo restaurants and cafes are casual but delicious for a relaxed dining experience that does not burn through your wallet. This urban forest has quaint walk-ups and luxury residences that maintain classic old school NYC vibes people can’t get enough of, which drives up NoHo’s exclusive housing demand. Every street building is unique like the diverse neighborhood community. Amongst the city hustle, NoHo remains a relaxed escape with a whole lot of creative spunk that you can experience on every corner.