There is a plethora of neighborhood flavors in Manhattan south of 14th Street. From the quaint streets of the West Village to super-chic SoHo, there’s a neighborhood for almost every aesthetic taste.

An area long known for its designer boutiques and high-end art galleries, SoHo has quickly become one of the the top go-to destinations for Manhattan homebuyers — and one of the most expensive.

Manhattan’s iconic West Village neighborhood is marked by cobblestone streets, Federal-style townhouses, historic brownstones and has has been the setting for numerous books, plays and films — including the Pulitzer-winning musical Rent.

Tribeca was named New York City’s most expensive neighborhood in 2017 by the listing site PropertyShark. Construction in the pricey ‘hood has amped up in recent years as the area has seen enormous population growth.

And, finally, the Financial District has made quite a comeback since September 11th. Development has surged, retailers have moved back in — notably the Westfield at World Trade Center, AKA the Oculus, which houses high-end shops like Charles Tyrwhitt and John Varvatos  — and home prices have bounced back with a vengeance.

Here’s a brief round-up of what’s available in the new condo market below 14th Street for under $9 million:

1. 100 Barrow (West Village)

100 Barrow was developed by Toll Brothers City Living and designed by Barry Rice Architects, with interiors by Brooklyn-based Bernheimer Architecture.

100 Barrow houses a total of 26 thoroughly modern residences with floor-to-ceiling windows. Open-plan living and dining spaces makes hosting get-togethers effortless. Units range in size from 1,788 square feet to 1,807 square feet.

Amenities include: wine cellar, pet spa, residents’ lounge and terrace, and entertaining kitchen.

Pricing for available units starts at $3.3 million.

2. 91 Leonard (Tribeca)

Developed by Toll Brothers City Living, 91 Leonard houses a total of 112 units, ranging in size from 699 square feet to 3,529 square feet. The building’s facade retains the flavor of its industrial history with some obvious modern touches.

Amenities include: a rooftop terrace, steamroom and sauna, screening room and private indoor lap pool.

Pricing for available units starts at $1.3 million.

3. 15 Renwick (SoHo)

15 Renwick was developed by Izaki Group Investments. It has 31 residences, with design and interiors created by ODA Architecture.

Located on one of the few single-block streets found anywhere in NYC, 15 Renwick houses two- to four-bedroom luxury homes. The design is a seamless mix of modern sensibilities and materials, as well as a throwback to SoHo’s trademark industrial style.

Amenities include: a parking garage, rooftop terrace, concierge and private storage.

Pricing for available units starts at $8.4 million.

4. The Beekman Residences (FiDi)

The Beekman Residences is located at 5 Beekman Street and was developed by GFI Development Company and GB Lodging.

It houses a total of 68 residences, ranging from 1,393 square feet to 1,809 square feet. Set in one of the city’s most exceptional landmarked buildings, The Beekman Residences mixes turn of the century and modern architecture and design.

Residences offer panoramic views, floor-to-ceiling windows, 16-foot ceiling heights in the living room, custom fireplaces and spacious living areas.

Amenities include: a media room, rooftop terrace, housekeeping services, valet and fitness center.

Pricing for available units starts at $2.9 million.

5. Thirty Park Place (Tribeca)

Completed in 2016, Thirty Park Place was developed by Silverstein Properties. It houses a total of 157 units. Residences range in size from 1,108 square feet to 5,937 square feet with tall ceiling heights.

Penthouse units feature double-height ceilings in the living room and views of the Hudson River.

Amenities include: a conservatory, private pool, fitness center and children’s playroom.

Pricing starts at $3 million for a one-bedroom, two-bath.

6. 175 West Tenth Street (West Village)

175 West Tenth Street was developed by Greystone, Continental Ventures and Itzhaki Acquisitions. It stands seven stories and houses a total of four 2,702-square-foot, full-floor three-bedroom residences and one 3,049-square-foot penthouse.

Residences feature oversized steel-frame windows, ceiling heights up to 10 feet and exquisite terraces alongside a private solarium.

Amenities include: concierge service and storage space.

Pricing for available units starts at $6.2 million.

7. 70 Charlton (SoHo)

Developed by Extell Development Company, 70 Charlton stands 22 stories and houses 116 deluxe residences, ranging in size from 824 square feet to 3,193 square feet.

It was designed by Beyer Blinder Belle with interiors by Workshop/APD.

70 Charlton boasts oversized windows and steel-framed entries. And every home includes a washer and dryer, while select units include sub-zero wine storage. Units are open and spacious.

Amenities include: an indoor saltwater pool, steam room, cold storage and an outdoor sports court.

Pricing for available units starts at $1.6 million.

8. 101 Wall (FiDi)

101 Wall by The Claremont Group has a total of 52 units, with sizes ranging from 706 square feet to 3,146 square feet. Its elegant brick and bronze facade is a stylish throwback to the area’s past, brimming with Art Deco construction.

Residences were designed by celebrated Dutch designer Piet Boon, and feature Boon’s trademark of sophistication and graceful simplicity.

The lobby was carefully restored using many of its original design components. Units boast bespoke entry and interior doors, oversized casement windows, tall custom baseboards and beamed ceilings.

Amenities include: a sauna, fitness center, private storage space and a golf simulator.

Pricing starts at $1.1 million.

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