Skirting through the southern half of SoHo, Broome Street still retains the strong retail presence which exists throughout the whole neighborhood. However. it also felt a bit less "happening" than some surrounding streets. The wider roadway plays as an entrance route to the Holland Tunnel, so increased automobile traffic could be playing as a factor for the lighter foot traffic.
Unfortunately as beautiful as the SoHo architecture was, it wasn't too enthralling to me. I took these photos on the day before Halloween so I was far more amused by the costumes I encountered while walking around. Apparently I can be easily distracted.