Explore the beautiful examples of cast iron architecture of south of Union Square and find out how you can help preserve it!
Cast iron architecture was the forerunner of the skyscraper, presaging innovations such as curtain wall construction and repeating bays.
From the neighborhood's past as the city's red-light district to an extremely valuable piece of real estate filled with 280,000 pounds of dirt, here are nine of the most fascinating secrets of SoHo.
Crosby Street in Soho harkens back to the bygone days of an old artistic and industrial Soho, one not inundated with high end chain retailers
The Victorian Society of America commissioned a survey and map of all of New York City's cast iron buildings, including those in Brooklyn as well as Soho.