Greenwich Village, SoHo and TriBeCa in lower Manhattan are hip, cool and young neighborhoods. This is where culture is formed, molded and later exported uptown and to the rest of the world.
Greenwich Village, between 14th Street to the north and Houston Street to the South, Greenwich Village has Washington Square Hotel and NYU at its core and residential areas to the east and west. The village is where young New Yorkers live, work, study and play. It has excellent restaurants and open flea markets during most weekends.
The SoHo, short for 'South of Huston' is a relatively small are centered on Spring St. and Prince St. and lined with many art galleries, pubs and restaurants. More 'tourist' oriented than the Village, the cobblestone provide the perfect backdrop to an ever-changing cultural scene.
South of the SoHo, TriBeCa short for 'Triangle Below Canal' is a commercial are transformed into a residential neighborhood attracting a young affluent crowd. Nearby are Chinatown, Little Italy and Wall Street.
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The Soho Grand Hotel is located in the heart of SoHo, in close proximity to numerous art galleries, boutiques and restaurants as well as to Tribeca, Greenwich Village, Chinatown, Wall Street and New York University.
The Tribeca Grand Hotel opened in mid 2000 is located in the heart of Manhattan's Tribeca area, within walking distance of an exciting mix of restaurants, shops, financial institutions and thriving independent film companies. Nearby are Wall Street and the excitement of SoHo and Greenwich Village.
The Millenium Hilton in lower Manhattan faces the rebuilding site of the former World Trade Center and is just a few blocks from Wall Street, South Street Seaport, and Battery Park, Tribeca, Little Italy, and Chinatown.