NYC - The Official Guide
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Nestled just above SoHo’s bustle, NoHo (for “North of Houston Street”) occupies only a few blocks—but proves that sometimes less is more. On the cultural front, the Public Theater is an incubator for edgy productions (including the hit show Hamilton), while the adjoining Joe’s Pub hosts adventurous cabaret-style acts. The rotating Astor Place Cube, near Cooper Union’s undulating steel-and-glass structure, is among the NYC’s quirkiest landmarks, and the bounty of restaurants at the neighborhood’s southern end are among the City’s most acclaimed.


NoHo Map

Map out NoHo and discover all that's happening in the neighborhood.