Double Trouble: Top SoHo & NoHo Picks

We’ve rounded up some of the best luxury listings available for rent in these two vibrant neighborhoods.

Finishing in first and second place with this year’s most expensive neighborhood sales, SoHo and NoHo are witnessing a significant boost in median home prices. Sitting on the border of Houston St., these neighborhoods epitomize the typical Manhattan lifestyle, providing character with their historic landmarks, simultaneously holding their reputation as two of the trendiest neighborhoods in NYC. Home to some of the most desirable loft-style apartments, high-end shopping, art galleries, and cultural centers such as the public theater and Merchant’s House museum, there is something for everyone in these neighborhoods. Not to mention, convenient access to the A, C, E, 1, and 2 subway lines for easy transportation to anywhere in Manhattan.

55 Thompson St

Located in a prime SoHo hotspot, 55 Thompson St. is surrounded by hopping nightlife, Michelin-starred restaurants, and elite boutiques. There are hotel-like amenities galore, such as full-time concierge and attended lobby, private balconies, terraces, and self-controlled heating and AC in this building, developed by Manhattan Skyline Management in 2010. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide breathtaking views and ample lighting to the spacious and open floorplans.

Many apartments feature hardwood flooring throughout, gas fireplaces, and walk-in closets. Kitchens boast oak cabinetry, stone countertops, stainless steel appliances and stackable washer/dryer sets. Bathrooms feature complementing stainless steel and polished chrome fixtures, wall-length, mirrored medicine cabinets, and glass-doored showers.

A state-of-the-art fitness center is accessible to all residents, as well as a 1,600 sqft rooftop deck and a bike storage room.

155 Wooster St.

Built in 1897 and beautifully renovated with contemporary and luxurious finishes, you can find classic SoHo loft living in the apartments at 155 Wooster St. Restored cast iron and masonry exteriors surround 8 units across 8 stories. The building offers unparalleled character with its landmark status with the LPC.

Building features include a storage and laundry room for residents, and it’s pet-friendly. Washer/ dryer units, high ceilings, and oversized windows are featured in every apartment, along with open, fully-equipped kitchens.

640 NoHo

Located at 640 Broadway, 640 NoHo is one of the finest luxury rental buildings in the city. Solid, red oak floors and 12-ft floor-to-ceiling windows offer panoramic views in the 21 unit building. 12 stores line the ground floor for convenient browsing, dining, and high fashion shopping. Central AC, video security, valet and laundry service, doorman, and 24-hour concierge are just some of the few amenities provided for residents. Each kitchen features custom wooden cabinetry and Bosch stainless steel appliances.

Glass showers and soaking tubs are a stunning a focal point in each bathroom, as well as vanity mirrors over granite and marble accented countertops.

37 Great Jones

37 Great Jones combines a brick facade and the perfect Manhattan living experience for anyone looking to live in a piece of renovated history. 3 loft-style apartment units and a penthouse feature Pella french double doors, LED mood lighting, and Bosch washers and dryers, along with 11-ft ceilings that add to spacious floorplans. This low-rise building is enhanced by its a-line virtual doorman security and attended lobby, allows pied-a-terres, pets, and includes a laundry room and self-controlled AC and heating for all residents. Kitchens are fully-equipped with Jenn-Air appliances, Grohe fixtures, dishwashers, custom cabinetry, and Caesarstone countertops; bathrooms include Kohler toilets and fixtures, and Italian designer tiles.