Hudson Square, sometimes called West SoHo, is a small neighborhood with warehouses along the Hudson River, the Holland Tunnel entrance to New Jersey, many media businesses and the Charlton-King-Vandam Historic District of Federalist and Greek Revival row houses.
Clarkson St / West Houston St
Hudson River | Hudson Square | Sixth Avenue
Latin Culture in Hudson Square
NYICFF 2023 New York International Children’s Film Festival is Live Again With Great Latin Films
March 3-19, 2023
Manhattan, Brooklyn, Long Island
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Remember Juan Pablo Duarte, Founding Father of the Dominican Republic
Friday, January 26, 2024
HUDSON SQUARE, New York City
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic 🇩🇴
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Prototype Festival 2023
Thursday, January 5-13, 2023
HERE & OTHER VENUES
Hudson Square & NYC
NYC Village Halloween Parade 2022 Celebrates Freedom!
Monday, October 31, 2022
Hudson Square/SoHo, Greenwich Village, Chelsea
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The Prototype Festival 2023 of contemporary opera and musical theater presents new voices, including Mexican folk singer Silvana Estrada’s beautiful “Marchita;” at Here in Hudson Square and other NYC venues; for one week Thursday, January 5-13, 2023. From $40. 🇲🇽
The 49th NYC Village Halloween Parade 2022 celebrates “Freedom” on Sixth Avenue from Canal St to West 15th St through Hudson Square and SoHo, the West Village and Greenwich Village, to Chelsea. It’s on Halloween Monday, October 31, 2022 at 7pm, and live on NY1 at 8pm. Impromptu street parties in the Village go late. Free with VIP options to skip the line, march in a special section, or sit in the grandstand.
HERE is a community theater in Hudson Square. here.org
Visit Hudson Square
Many people who live in New Jersey recognize Hudson Square from the Holland Tunnel they use to get home.
WQXR’s The Greene Space, the Children’s Museum of the Arts, New York City Fire Museum, Pier 40 and Skylight Clarkson Square are also in Hudson Square.
The legendary Paradise Garage disco from the 1970s (think Madonna) was once at 84 King St.
(1) to Canal St or Houston St
(C)(E) to Spring St
(A) to Canal St