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2 Bedrooms
2 Beds
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About This Listing

This loft has been in our family for 40 years. Artist owned and authentic. It will transport you back to 1975 Soho. Great vibrant and safe neighborhood. Prime SoHo. Our loft faces the building courtyard so nights are quiet.

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Dining room attached to kitchen. Table can set 6 easily

Dining room attached to kitchen. Table can set 6 easily

The Space
Property type: Loft
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Pet Owner: Cat(s)


Extra people: No Charge
Weekly Price: $1800 /week
Cancellation: Moderate


House Rules

4 nights minimum stay
Master bedroom with comfy queen bed

Master bedroom with comfy queen bed

6 Reviews

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About the Host, James

New York, New York, United States
Member since July 2013
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within a few hours
  • James
  • Lure Fishbar

    Despite being a bit touristy the food and cocktails are great. It never disappoints.
    Mercer Street New York NY 10012
  • Nespresso SoHo Boutique

    Great coffee. sleek modern tourist experience. Just down the street
    Prince Street New York NY 10012
  • Marni

    My wife says its the best womens clothes in the city. Its directly below our loft. Too expensive for my tastes though
    Mercer Street New York NY 10012
  • Paul Smith

    Good mens clothes. The British always do it right
    Greene Street New York NY 10012
  • R by 45rpm

    Great clothes for men and women. Obscenely expensive but nice. Friendly staff if you just want to look
    Mercer Street New York NY 10012
  • Dean & DeLuca

    Expensive but good. Definately check it out. Right around the corner. We shop here when were too lazy to walk to whole foods. Pricey
    Broadway New York NY 10012
  • Aroma Espresso Bar

    Close and good. Open early and late. A better alternative to starbucks. Kid friendly
    Greene Street New York NY 10012
  • B&B

    Good cocktails and burgers. Just around the corner. Never dissappoints. The same people run Lure bar.
    West Houston Street New York NY 10012
  • Uniqlo

    Great clothes that are incredibly cheap. Despite the price the quality is excellent. Stop by this place for a look. Always fun.
    Broadway New York New York 10012
  • Balthazar

    Classic bistro. Always good (but crowded). Highly recommended. The bar and attached bakery are also top shelf. Great people watching from the benches outside
    Spring Street New York NY 10012-3907
  • McNally Jackson Books

    Great bookstore. And sadly the only one left in a neighborhood that used to feature many. Good coffee too. Very knowledgeable and friendly staff. Great kid events on Saturday mornings.
    Prince Street New York New York 10012
  • Raoul's

    A classic. This place is for pros only. Prepare to lose a lot of cash but youll have fun. Not good for kids. The bar scene is fun too here
    Prince St New York NY 10012-2924
  • REI

    What can I say - Im a sucker for all things outdoor. Great selection of sporting goods. Heavy on the camping
    Lafayette Street New York NY 10012
  • Palmer Trading Company

    My favorite mens clothing store. Ruggid and fashionable. Most is made in USA
    Sullivan St New York NY 10012
  • Blue Ribbon Sushi

    My favorite sushi joint. Expensive but always great. Very cramped but it somehow adds to the experience.
    Sullivan St New York New York 10012
  • Sunrise Mart

    Japanese grocery store. Love this place. Cheap too.
    Broome Street Manhattan NY 10013
  • Local Café

    A great summer hangout. Great breakfast/lunch sandwhiches - cool people. The best neighborhood hang. Sit out on their street deck and take in the scene
    Sullivan St # B New York NY 10012-3061
  • Noho Star

    This is my favorite local restaurant. It hasnt been renovated since the 80s. Food and service is always excellent. Lots of room to relax. Totally unhip and maybe thats why I love it. 0 attitude
    Lafayette Street New York NY 10012
  • Duane Reade

    Drugstore. Supplies. Go to the one on Broadway between Housten and Prince (its closer). open 24 hours
    Broadway New York NY 10013
  • Von

    Great neighborhood bar
    New York NY 10012-2485
  • Whole Foods Café

    Food shopping. This is where we shop for organic food. Cheap eats upstairs with wifi
    E Houston St Manhattan NY 10002
  • Washington Square Park

    Short walk - great people watching. Street performers. Dont try to buy weed here.
    5 Ave New York NY 10012
  • Sailor Rose Inc.

    My wifes store and clothing line. Women, Girls dresses/tops all sewn in New York city using Liberty of London fabrics. Beautiful Stuff (website hidden)
    E 4th St New York NY 10003
  • Max Fish

    Famous punk rock dive bar. All the music venues are located around here. Younger set. Lower East side
    Ludlow Street New York NY 10002
  • Parkside Lounge

    My favorite dive bar. Kind of disgusting but thats what a dive bar is. It used to be a secret but the hipsters have found it
    East Houston Street New York NY 10002
  • Union Square

    Great park people watching in the middle of a mega shopping district. Ground zero for political protests
    New York NY
  • Corner Bistro

    Famous bar for beers and burgers. A classic.
    West 4th Street New York New York 10014
  • Eataly Restaurants

    The latest foodie hotspot. Huge.
    Fifth ave New York NY 10010
  • Dumbo

    Another new hip area of brooklyn. Just under the brooklyn bridge. Good shops. Eating. People watching on the water
    New York NY
  • Chelsea Art District

    Here is where the art galleries are. Thursday nights have openings. Good art people watching.
    W 25th St New York New York 10001
  • Williamsburg

    Take the closeby N train uptown to 14th street - then change to the famous L train. Take it 1 stop to bedford ave in Brooklyn. This is where the young hang out now. Walk around - its fun. good shops
    New York NY

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