There was a time in the late 80’s and early 90’s when Soho and its converted lofts and warehouses, was home to art and artists that were seeking a place far enough from the mundane to be able to create. It was a time when this area felt so unique, so inspiring and so special. Actors, artists, writers, musicians, dancer, they all moved there and lived in wonderful anonymity. Then commercialism arrived and we watched it slowly transform this area into a huge faceless mall. And as Art appears to be shy, it fled and found new areas to inhabit. Nolita was one new home and later Chelsea and the meat packing district. Because somehow art and commercialism cannot be good roommates.
The city of unusual impressions, if you are looking to see something different, happenings out of the ordinary, then New York is guaranteed to not disappoint you. The day to day is a moving theater, and a walk to the coffee shop can be a daily adventure. This is a place where you can dare to be different, dare to be you.