Known as Hudson Square or Soho West, this area is home to many media and advertising companies, digital innovators, tech startups, and more. Hudson and Varick streets have many great restaurants, and you’re minutes away from Houston Hall for after-work drinks. The Houston Street station for the 1 is a block north, and three blocks southeast is the Spring Street C and E station. In this Soho coworking space, your company can rent private offices for 1-20 people with shared access to lots of amenities. Stop by today and take a look!
SoHo Office Space
SoHo stands for ‘South of Houston’. Office space in SoHo borders Sixth Avenue to the west, Lafayette Street to the east, Canal Street to the south, and of course, Houston to the north. Architecturally, SoHo buildings are known for their cast iron facades. This gives the neighborhood a distinct look and character, one sought after for numerous photo shoots, advertisements, and films. Most of the office space in SoHo is found in loft buildings that have been converted into office buildings. These buildings tend to have wood floors, high ceilings, and large windows, and appeal to fashion designers and creative agencies. Expect prices for NYC office space in Soho to be on the higher end. And if you’re a New New Yorker, you should know that Houston ain’t pronounced like the city in Texas.