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Downtown Shopping Guide
From Soho to the Meatpacking District, Downtown New York (the area below 14th Street) possesses some of the best shopping in the city. With our Like A New Yorker special offer, explore this neighborhood's vibrant retail scene.
Westfield World Trade Center: Not your typical mall of the 90s, Westfield is part transportation hub, part modern shopping experience. Step inside the Oculus, an architectural wonder designed by Santiago Calatrava, and be greeted by over 100 stores - from a two-story Apple outpost and a second location of Eataly complete with a juice bar, to high-end retailers like Smythson, Kiehl's and John Varvatos. 185 Greenwich Street
Soho: While most neighborhoods have a major thoroughfare or two as shopping destinations, Soho's retail offerings are so robust that the entire neighborhood is considered shopping mecca. Plus, there's no other retail mix quite like it - from high-end spots like Kirna Zabete and the MoMa Design Store to mainstream retailers like Madewell and Topshop to classic vintage spots like What Goes Around Comes Around.
Meatpacking District: Before heading over to CATCH NYC, peruse the cobblestone streets of the Meatpacking District to hit up trendy spots such as Rag & Bone and Diane von Furstenberg and unique boutiques like By Kilian for distinctive scents and Doyle & Doyle for antique jewelry. The neighborhood has a special spot for shoes too - like the first men's only Christian Louboutin store and Jeffrey, an iconic purveyor of high-end apparel and accessories founded by former Barney's shoe buyer, Jeffrey Kalinsky.