Rebecca Minkoff Soho Strut Shopping Event May 19th!

Come experience the future of retail at Rebecca Minkoff’s New York City Flagship store with Soho Strut!  Next Thursday, May 19th from 6-8pm at the Rebecca Minkoff flagship (96 Greene) Celebrate with a glass of bubbly, shop the latest collections via their interactive video wall, and work with their team of amazing stylists to find the perfect looks […]

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The Nautica Flagship Opened On Prince Street – Between Apple and J Crew

Maybe it was just me who thought there were way too many Michael Kors stores in Soho…but as of last week, there is one less! Nautica launched its flagship last Friday (May 6th, 2016) at 101 Prince Street and has a very nautical feel for the spring season. The store opening embodies the brand’s refreshed marketing and […]

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A First? Tenement conversion To Single Family On King Street!

Neighborhood Expert Richard Blodgett (“Mayor Of Charlton Street”) posted about a construction project on King Street: Check out 21½ King Street, a narrow, six-story tenement on the north side of King. New owners plan to convert it to a single-family home. It will be a huge space totaling nearly 6,000 square feet. The building was […]

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The 5 Best Outdoor Restaurants in SoHo for Spring Season

Written By Jackie Eisenberg There are so many awesome things about spring. The weather is warming, the birds are chirping, sundresses are back in. But the most exciting of all is the sight of tables popping up on the sidewalks outside SoHo’s restaurants. We know what that means — outdoor dining is back at it […]

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Its Uno De Mayo – Cinco Strut Is Four Days Away!

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo (Thursday, May 5th) at Cinco Strut, a stylish evening that includes a special exhibit of contemporary Latin American artists (Victoria Barranguet, Isabel Turban, Miguel Angel Mendoza, Alicia Garcia De Leon, Leslie Jimenez, and David Oquendo) and a live DJ set that will have you dancing all night long. The first 100 guests will be receiving a […]

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4 Things You Should Know About A.I.R. Rules

The word AIR has a totally different meaning here in SoHo.  (1) AIR stands for Artist In Residence.  SoHo originally was a throughway to connect Brooklyn with New Jersey via Broome Street, and there were lots of vacant buildings originally used for manufacturing garments. In the 1970s, artists saw the vacant buildings potential:  high ceilings, natural […]

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Re-Cap Of April’s SoHo Salon Featuring Sara Garden Armstrong

Dianne Mendez (Mendez SoHo), Dan Schneider, and myself host monthly Soho art salons! Yesterday, we hosted over 40 participants at April’s SoHo Salon featuring Sara Garden Armstrong. Here are a few pictures from the event:                    In case you missed the March Salon featuring artist, Emily Fuller, here is a link […]

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Cinco Strut! Artist Announcement & Tickets $25 For 2 More Days

Artist Announcement and Tickets $25 For 2 More Days! We have confirmed the following 5 artists to display their work at Cinco Strut! Victoria Barranguet Isabel Turban Kathleen Ruiz Miguel Angel Mendoza Alicia Garcia De Leon Art is being curated by La Sirena Mexican Folk Art and Artemisa Gallery! We are almost at 100 tickets sold! […]

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April’s Soho Retail Network Breakfast @ Nespresso!

We are two weeks away from our next breakfast on “Emerging Trends In Communicating With The Customer!”  Join retailers including:  DKNY, Kenneth Cole, Margaret O’Leary, Ted Baker, Tokyobike, Tomorrowland, Victoria’s Secret, Vosges Chocolate, Woolrich, and Drive495. The breakfast is Friday, April 22nd, from 8-10:30am at Nespresso (92 Prince Street). Nespresso will be starting the meeting […]

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This Spring, Burton Is Turning “Greene” – Moving Soho Flagship

For over a year, rumors were buzzing about Burton’s Soho flagship at 106 Spring Street and their upcoming plans to move further off the Broadway shopping corridor.  April 1st, the Commercial Observer reported that the Burton flagship will officially be moving. The Burton Store now sits on the corner of Spring and Mercer, diagonal from […]

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Balmain Soho Opened At 100 Wooster Street

MODE reported the Balmain opening would be one of “New York’s 7 Most Eagerly Anticipated New Stores In 2015”.  A few months & delays later, Fashion Week Daily reported that Balmain opened at 100 Wooster Street this past week. Here is a “before” photo: Here is the “after”: Balmain is a haute French couture fashion house that was founded […]

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Why An A.I.R. Building Is Unique To Soho

Soho was built as a manufacturing district in the early 1900’s liked with tenement housing on the north, east and west.  While manufacturing eventually moved out, uptown, and overseas, many of these buildings remained vacant throughout the 1940’s and 1950’s. Donald Judd paved the way for many artists in the 1960’s and 1970’s to move […]

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Pearl River Mart Is Now Closed – Last Day Was March 31st

My favorite place to take younger family members in Soho was Pearl River Mart – you could get lost there for hours. It was announced that Pearl River Mart was closing and that it will now be rented by the owners to large corporations for short term pop-ups. I was fortunate enough to visit Pearl River […]

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