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Find Affordable parking in SoHo NYC

Trendy cafes, boutiques, art studios, and galleries give SoHo its high-end artsy vibe and put a heavy price tag on everything here. Parking in SoHo NYC is neither easy nor cheap; the lower Manhattan neighborhood will have you driving around in circles looking for free or cheap street parking spots any time of the day. SoHo parking garages do come with the expected high rates, but it is possible to save a few bucks on hourly and monthly parking in SoHo when you book online. Log on to or download our NYC parking app to get the lowest rates for premium SoHo parking in New York. You can save more with our exclusive offers and early-bird discounts when you book ahead of your visit. 

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SoHo Parking Rates

Location Rate
Wooster Parking$26 - $41/day
294 Hudson Street Parking$25 - $65/day
Icehouse Parking (27 N Moore Street)$26 - $32/day
395 Broome Street Parking$20 - $44/day
SOHO VILLAGE PARKING LLC (610 Broadway)$17 - $72/day
LAIGHT STREET PARKING LLC (416 Washington Street)$17 - $70/day
375 HUD PARKING LLC$20 - $77/day
74 Hudson Street Valet Parking$23 - $29/day
PATRIOT PARKING LLC C (376 Greenwich Street)$15 - $70/day

SoHo Parking FAQ

What are the rates for parking in SoHo?

Street parking in SoHo NYC -- if you are lucky to find any during the day -- will cost you about $6 - $8. After 5 PM, metered parking rates could go down to $3 - $4 on 6th Avenue, 7th Avenue, and Hudson Street. Daily SoHo parking garage rates range from $20 - $70 on average; monthly parking in SoHo will cost you about $350 and are cheaper than hourly parking rates.

Is there any free street parking in SoHo?

Yes, you might find free street parking in SoHo NYC during weekdays near West Houston Street and 6th Avenue. You can also check out the blocks near New Museum and Kenmare Street. Finding an available parking spot on SoHo streets is next to impossible, any day of the week. You also have to keep an eye on time limits and alternate side parking schedules. Expect to drive around for some time to find street parking in SoHo.

How can I find cheap parking in SoHo?

While street parking might seem like the cheapest option, the hassle of finding one close to your destination and worrying about time limits and expiring parking meters might not be worth it. Booking your parking space at an affordable SoHo parking garage is a better plan; you will find discount parking in SoHo NYC on parking apps and websites like Reserved parking is cheaper than drive-up parking; you can also get the lowest rates at secure parking lots with early-bird discounts and other exclusive offers available when you book online.

Where can I find an affordable SoHo parking garage?

Try Wooster Street, Hudson Street, Washington Street, and Broadway for hourly parking rates lower than $20. Download a parking app or log on to websites like to find the lowest rates at top-rated SoHo parking lots.

SoHo Parking Tips

It is always best to pre-book parking in advance before going out. There are plenty of websites and parking apps out there that offer easy interfaces for parking reservations at secure spots and garages. Most of these parking lots and garages offer cheaper rates than drive-in garages.

Even if you are parking in the most secure parking garages or lots, never leave your valuables exposed in your car. Many people make it a habit to drop off e-gadgets like mobile phones and laptops on the car’s passenger seats. Car-jackers consider parking lots as an easy target and can steal any valuable from even the most secure car parking lots or garages. Do not underestimate anyone.

Do not randomly park anywhere in the city. Go for street parking only at designated parking spots. Do not park in reserved spots like disabled parking slot if you are not eligible for the reservation.

Keep an eye out for traffic signboards to avoid unwanted traffic violations. Many cities and streets across the country have parking restrictions like alternate side parking, loading zones etc. If you fail to move your vehicle when the restriction begins, you could end up on the wrong side of a parking ticket.

Never gamble with the parking meter if you have parked your car in a metered parking spot. Always move your car out before the metered parking timer runs out. Trying your luck with a metered parking lot could result in your car getting towed or impounded.

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