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NoHo is located in the northern region of Lower Manhattan. Like most Manhattan neighborhoods, it contains a mix of residential apartments, office buildings, commercial, and retail spaces. This small but vibrant neighborhood has a thriving arts scenes with galleries and music clubs as well as trendy bars and restaurants. Housing prices are high and this neighborhood tends to be upscale in spite of its reputation for having an eclectic bohemian culture. The area is full of unique shops and cafes and residents. Eateries with outdoor seating often allow locals with dogs to join them in patio seating areas. Check with local establishments regarding accessibility for your pooch. Enjoying sidewalk cafes and strolls in NoHo will depend on New York's variable weather. Although there are plenty of sunny, warm days in New York, rain and inclement weather is also frequent and can hamper plans to enjoy a coffee at your local cafe on the patio with your pup!
Terrain in NoHo
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NoHo is a pseudonym for North of Houston Street, as opposed to SoHo, which means south of Houston Street!  This small, developed, urban area has many multi-story apartment buildings in the neighborhood, but few towers or tall high rises, as this district has been designated as a historic district and development is restricted to preserve the historical integrity of the community. 

This busy area has lots of traffic and not much in the way of quiet green spaces, however, historic buildings lend the area style and beauty which can be enjoyed while out on your daily walk with your canine companions. NoHo is flat with straight streets and sidewalks for walking which offers easy walking for those not looking for challenges. However, lots of traffic in the area, both pedestrian and vehicular, can make walking with your dog during peak hours noisy and crowded. Keep your dog leashed and watch for cars in the community.

Greenways in NoHo
Neighborhoods in New York have an average of:
12 Greenways
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Although there are not a lot of greenways in the relatively small urban area of NoHo, adjacent communities within easy walking distance offer some beautiful greenways and parks to wander around with Rover. On the northwest corner of NoHo, Cooper Triangle provides a small plaza with a monument and seating. If you are willing to take a short walk to the west, you can access Washington Square Park several blocks away. This park features a fenced dog run for your playful pup. There are plenty of pathways and trees in this 9-acre greenway to stroll with your dog. If you travel a few blocks to the southeast of NoHo, you can reach Sara D. Roosevelt Park. This 9-acre park stretches along several blocks and has trees, lawns, and pathways surrounded by the high rise towers of the Lower Manhattan neighborhoods that provide a unique greenway experience for pedestrians and their pooches.
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