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.