A 4000 square Feet Loft in Soho, New York. Each of the 5 rooms are newly decorated with wall mounted plasma TVs, DVD players and a satellite dishes installed in each room. This luxury loft is great for family retreats with inviting furniture, large kitchen for cooking ,exposed pre-war brick walls, a baby grand piano, personal art collection throughout the loft and the innovative architecture, 'Suspension in Soho' by Robert Bernstein.
Soho – The trendiest neighborhood of New York City. Many restaurants, stores of leading brands and art galleries are within the walking distance of The Soho Loft.
The East Village and all its trappings--fashionable boutiques, a plethora of divey, divey bars, and the quaintly tiny apartments/studios that many call home. Skeptical onlookers can only raise an eyebrow and wonder, well, why? For those who throw down their boots in the East Village, however, the neighborhood is like that slightly unsightly blanket you wouldn’t let your mom throw away even after you finished third grade. It not only refuses to quit, but it provides an incredible sense of security and community for its inhabitants.
In the East Village, you’ll find a variety of shopping needs fulfilled. Boutiques abound, as do second-hand stores. Drea De Matteo (of Sopranos fame) owns the Filth Mart on 13th between A & B, one of the still-standing bastions of cool threads in the East Village. As far as eating is concerned, you can’t really go wrong on 2nd Ave between 10th and Houston. You’ll find nearly every type of restaurant in these blocks of bliss, from Indian and Thai to Italian and American eclectic. Some of the best bets are First, on First Ave and 5th St, Frank, Holy Basil, and for all the vegan lovers out there. The famous all-vegan hotbed Angelica Kitchen.
Nighttime entertainment consists, for the most part, of the East Village bar crawl, through some of the seediest joints you’re likely to come across in NYC. Most have a Ukranian dive feel, dimly lit with a slight hint of sticky wetness over every surface, like a film of slick debauchery has been dumped over the entire place. Bastions of drinking pleasure include the Holiday Cocktail Lounge (St. Marks 1&2) where the ancient owner opens early in the afternoon, sings until he gets tired, then kicks you all out onto the pavement, or the bar at Odessa, where you can knock back cheap shots and fill your need for grease next