|6||Bleecker St||1 min||0.04 mi|
|B D F M||Broadway-Lafayette St||3 min||0.13 mi|
|N R||Prince St||4 min||0.2 mi|
|6||Spring St||6 min||0.26 mi|
|F||2nd Av||7 min||0.31 mi|
|J Z||Bowery||8 min||0.36 mi|
|N R||8th St||9 min||0.38 mi|
|6||Astor Place||9 min||0.38 mi|
|B D||Grand St||11 min||0.49 mi|
|C E||Spring St||11 min||0.5 mi|
|P.S. 003 Charrette School||PK - 5||18 min||0.79 mi|
|J.H.S. 104 Simon Baruch||6 - 8||23 min||1.01 mi|
NoHo (meaning "North of Houston Street") is one of the most expensive and desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan. Its demographics are primarily wealthy owners and renters of polished loft apartments.
NoHo has long been considered trendy, even since the 1820s, when Lafayette Street was built and quickly began buzzing with popularity.