2 Cooper is located in one of Lower Manhattan’s most unique and diverse neighborhoods. The highly sought after area bridges the divide between vintage and modern, with entertainment ranging from classical theater to the city’s trendiest nightlife. Eclectic offerings include funky cafes, chic boutiques, international cuisine, and locally sourced organic grocers. Cooper Square has something glamorous to offer for every taste. <<SEE MORE>>


Roughly bounded by Broadway to the west and Bowery to the east, and extending south from Astor Place to Houston Street, NoHo is one of the City’s tiniest neighborhoods—but one with huge appeal. Bridging the divide between funky and chic, NoHo is filled with eclectic cafes, spacious studios, and world class shopping.

Cooper Square

Large landscaped public square with seating areas, offering an array of modern and historic architecture – including Cooper Union, site of many famous pre-presidential speeches from Abraham Lincoln to Teddy Roosevelt.

Astor Place

A centrally located two-block street connecting NoHo, the East Village, and Greenwich Village with convenient access to the 6, N, and R subway trains. Steps away from Washington Square Park, Union Square, major banks, grocery stores, and NYU.

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Enjoy a staggering array of excellent dining options from the city’s trendiest eateries, shopping at designer boutiques, and entertainment at cultural mainstays such as The Public Theater and Astor Place Theater. Steps from Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, and many other local grocery stores and coffee shops.