SoHo Startup Mantry’s Kickstarter Campaign!

We all know SoHo needs more Kickstarter campaigns…well…we visited start-up Mantry a few months ago (lets be honest, almost a year!) in their WeWork office to learn more about the company. Mantry curates monthly crates filled with man’s pantry items (FULL-SIZE) with a theme and back story on the independent companies featured. Over the last […]

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An Evening Filled With Non-Profits And Event Planning!

People have been asking what a typical evening looks like.  Here is what an evening filled with non-profits and event planning looks like!  After a full night’s sleep from a full day of strutting, here it is: 3pm:  Scoped out the amazing event space for the retail manager networking event we are hosting on Monday. […]

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God’s Love We Deliver – Race To Deliver November 23!

Join Soho Strut and ManiCare in supporting SoHo non-profit God’s Love We Deliver in their annual Race To Deliver November 23rd! You can join our Eventbrite group and then contact GLWD to see if you can still get a ticket! The Race to Deliver is one of the largest annual fundraisers for God’s Love We […]

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Top Events In SoHo For Halloween!

Halloween is the eve of All Saints Day, so start the day right by shopping at All Saints Spitalfields at 512 Broadway.  The British “Rock and Roll” inspired store is also known for their unique collection of antique Singer Sewing Machines in their windows. Next stop is the Lucky Strike Halloween Party which starts at […]

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Why ‘Foods Of New York Tours’ Is For Locals Too!

We took the “Original Greenwich Village”  food tour last weekend (offered by Foods of New York Tours) around the West Village with tour guide (and local celebrity) Ted Mineau. The over 3-hour tour left the group full of pizza, meatballs, assorted cheese, authentic ricotta cheese balls, bread, popcorn, cookies, and cannoli…but also more knowledgeable about the deep-rooted history […]

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Broad Meadows & An Interview with Founder Hali Christou

We discovered street wear company Broad Meadows, located at 246 Mott Street, in the neighborhood and stopped by last week to take a closer look.  Founder Hali Christou opened the store two months ago, so its the newest member of the neighborhood! {Street wear is a distinctive style of street fashion, rooted in West Coast surf and […]

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Sunday Open House Round-Up

We went to two new SoHo listings this past weekend!  Both listings were on Broadway, which is known to be a block with high foot traffic (and large floor-plans).  The first listing was at 561 Broadway, #11A and the second listing was at 510 Broadway, #2. 561 Broadway: Walking into the lobby of 561 Broadway, it felt like […]

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What is the SoHo Broadway BID (Business Improvement District)?

I was contacted by an NYU Journalism student to give my thoughts and insight to the SoHo Broadway BID.  It made me realize there is still a lot that I don’t know about it even though it was approved a year ago (last October 2013).  Here is the map of the SoHo buildings within the […]

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Thompson Chemists Re-Opened Across The Street!

When we reported that Thompson Chemists was moving across the street in August 2014, we kept walking on Thompson Street anticipating the final result…Here it is! Thompson Chemists is a local health and beauty store as well as a pharmacy which was founded in 1994.  Thompson Chemists host several skincare and brand parties in their stores in […]

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Once Upon A Tart Is Re-Opening – Welcome back, Jerome!

When we announced Once Upon A Tart’s closure August 23, 2014, we had a feeling this wouldn’t be the last we heard from Jerome Audureau. Sure enough, we were right!  Jerome has been busy creating a Halloween themed window display at the store:   A website popped up highlighting the 23 year tenure of interesting window […]

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Soho Strut Professional Networking Happy Hour @ Bread!

We are excited to announce the next installment of the Soho Strut Professional Networking event Monday, October 27th from 6-8pm.  The event will be held at the gorgeous back room of Bread at 20 Spring Street: You can RSVP for the event here! Sell Tickets Online through Eventbrite Tickets are $15 and come with an […]

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Seth Arluke’s Refreshing Approach To Retail At Fjällräven

Seth Arluke, Retail Director of outdoor equipment company Fjällräven (pronounced fee-yall-raven), was introduced to Soho Strut through a mutual connection in SoHo.  After meeting last week at the store (38 Greene @ Grand), we learned of Seth’s ‘out of the box’ approach to retail in SoHo.  His enthusiasm for the brand and innovative retail ideas […]

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ManiCare – New York’s Mobile Nail And Beauty Service

Soho Strut loves learning about new businesses with a focus on philanthropy!  ManiCare was officially launched in 2013 and is New York’s mobile nail and beauty service.  They give 10% of net proceeds to charity, and perform high quality, luxurious beauty services at any location they are requested; home, business, hospital, parties and group/corporate events.  They have […]

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Sunday SoHo Open House Round-Up

Hard to believe there was time to visit three open houses this past Sunday!  Here is the Sunday SoHo Open House Round-Up! The first was at 242 Lafayette, unit 2S: This co-op unit was listed as of 10/1 and this was the first open-house. Asking price is $1.695M, at 1,350 square feet ($1,255 psf) with $2,350 per month maintenance. Elevator […]

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Soho Strut Interviews: Dominique Ansel – 189 Spring Street

When Dominique Ansel Bakery opened up on Spring Street back in 2011, SoHo had no idea how popular of a destination it would become.  Being SoHo’s first and only neighborhood blogger, I had the opportunity to interview the Chef in August! We talked about SoHo, Dominique’s typical day at the bakery, the *Cronut*, and the upcoming […]

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