Chelsea, Soho, Little Italy
|A mecca for artists, musician, writers and actors, "The Village" teems with creativity and nightlife and has been home to famous authors, painters and playwrights for decades. Along with quaint streets, chic cafes, fashionable shops and elegant homes. SoHo, meaning "South of Houston," features art galleries and the largest collection of cast-iron architecture in the world, located between West Houston and Canal Streets. Chelsea, named after its London counterpart, is a dynamic neighborhood with distinctive restaurants, theatres and clo2pxg stores. Little Italy, Mulberry to Mott North of Canal, was populated by Italian immigrants in the late 19th century. Restaurants and bakeries, as well as Old World ambience abound.