SoHo is centrally located in Lower Manhattan, surrounded by Greenwich Village to the north, the West Village to the west, and the East Village/Lower East Side to the east. At times referred to as the Cast-iron District, the neighborhood houses the largest collection of cast-iron architecture in the world. Decorative facades have enhanced the beauty of the community, and the iron foundations stand as a testament to 19th century workmanship and innovation. The neighborhood’s unique style is unmatched; known for its fashion sense, the district houses an array of boutiques. Chic and cozy cafes line the streets, making it possibly the “hippest” and “trendiest” vicinity in Manhattan.