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Neighborhood Activities

Rising boldly 46 stories into the Manhattan skyline, The Dominick shines above Hudson Square at the western edge of SoHo at the point where the vibrant neighborhoods of Tribeca and West Village meet. SoHo’s famed cobblestone streets are made for strolling among its historic cast iron-adorned buildings. The 26-block area is a National Historic Landmark. Beyond is affluent Tribeca and its one-time industrial architecture that’s now filled with deluxe lofts and high-end shopping. It’s also the home of the Tribeca Film Festival, which draws cinematic luminaries from across the globe every April. In the charming West Village, stroll through bustling streets filled with a treasure trove of eateries and watering holes for food and drink lovers. It’s also filled with abundant shopping boutiques and art galleries. Other nearby highlights include the Whitney Museum of American Art and the High Line, a a 1.45-mile-long elevated park. To the south is Wall Street, the thrumming economic heartbeat of the world. Highlights include Battery Park, the Museum of American Finance, the New York Stock Exchange and One World Trade Center. The diverse cultural showcases of Chinatown and Little Italy are nearby, as are beautiful waterfront parks along the Hudson River. Midtown is just a short drive (or subway ride) away with its amazing entertainment choices like Broadway shows and concerts to lofty attractions including Top of the Rock and the Empire State Building.

There’s even a CitiBike station just outside our front door to take in nearby sights on two wheels.

A City of Beautiful Parks

While it is filled with skyscrapers, Manhattan is also home to an abundance of beautiful parks. They offer peaceful greenspaces to take a quick, refreshing break from the buzz of the city’s streets. Of course, there is Central Park, one of the most widely recognized expanses of lawn and trees in the world. There are also fantastic outdoor preserves closer to The Dominick, including the leafy Hudson River Greenway just a handful of bocks to the west. It is reachable by an easy stroll or a quick CitiBike ride. Just to the north in the Chelsea neighborhood rises the High Line, a 1.45-mile-long park created on a former elevated freight rail line.

An Epicurean Wonderland

New York City is one of the top cities in the world for food lovers, from haute cuisine and molecular gastronomy to multi-cultural foodways and informal street food like pizza. The delicious array across Manhattan and surrounding boroughs are virtually endless. The neighborhoods around The Dominick are particularly delicious destinations for gastronauts, with a multitude of restaurants filling the streets of SoHo, Tribeca and the West Village.

A City of Unforgettable Sights

As a travel destination, New York City is unparalleled in its attractions and landmarks. From the Statue of Liberty to the Empire State Building, the skyline is iconic. Central Park is one of the most expansive and recognizable urban greenspaces on the planet. Manhattan’s many museums like the Museum of Modern Art and American Museum of Natural History are cultural and scientific treasure troves. Broadway resounds with the soundtracks of generations. And centers of higher learning like nearby NYU are fascinating travel destinations, as well.

World-Class Arts & Culture

New York City is a leading cultural luminary in the world, especially Manhattan. There are more than 40 performance halls in the Theater District. Add in some 30 more off-Broadway theaters, including the historic SoHo Playhouse just a block away from The Dominick. There are dozens of additional venues large and small, from legendary Carnegie Hall to intimate neighborhood cabarets, where the best and brightest in music perform. You can catch performers from world-wide superstars to up-and-coming talent across Manhattan. As for museums, the list is unmatched, from the Metropolitan Museum of Art to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Dozens of other fine museums cover every topic under the sun like architecture, technology, photography, history, radio and television. Throughout SoHo, celebrated art galleries make the neighborhood a cultural mecca.

A Shopper’s Paradise

Across Manhattan, visitors will find some of the world’s most sought-out retailers, and our home in SoHo is an especially effervescent shopping destination, with a vast selection of upscale shopfronts located throughout the neighborhood. We have partnered with nearby boutiques and specialty stores to offer valuable special offers and privileges from labels including Adam Marc SoHo, Derek Lam, Elie Tahari, Maison Close, Olive & Bette's, and Taschen.