NoHo (North of Houston) is a slice of a residential neighborhood of loft apartments centered around Lafayette St between Greenwich Village and the East Village. The north/south borders are Astor Place and Houston St.
(6) to Astor Place or Bleecker St
(E) or (B)(D)(F)(M) to Broadway – Lafayette St
Most of the neighborhood is the NoHo historic district. It was developed during New York City’s burst of growth between the 1850s and 1910s. Bond street is pretty, but is being redeveloped.
The Bayard-Condict Building at 65 Bleecker, between Broadway and Lafayette, is one of the best examples of the Chicago School style of architecture in New York City.
The Bouwerie Lane Theatre building at Bowery and Bond also stands out. It was a bank that became an Off-Broadway Theatre. It’s now a private home.
There are no parks in NoHo, but Cooper Triangle is on the eastern border. Washington Square Park is three blocks west.
The NoHo Business Improvement District represents local businesses. noho.bid
NoHo is part of NYC Council District 1.
It is policed by NYPD 6th and 9th Precincts.
NoHo is Manhattan Community Board 2 which works with the Manhattan Borough President.
NoHo is represented by New York Congressional District 12 and New York State’s two senators.