About SoHo

The neighbourhood of SoHo (South of Horton) has existed within the same boundaries since London’s inception in 1840. Originally named St. David’s Ward, this neighbourhood is bordered on the north by the CN railroad tracks parallel to, and north of Horton St., on the east by Adelaide St., and on the south and west by the Thames River.

The SoHo (South of Horton) neighbourhood in London, Ontario is a great place to live!

Affordable housing: historic homes with character, friendly neighbours, large backyards, and mature trees

Recreation:
3 parks, tennis & basketball courts, guarded outdoor wading pool, jungle gyms, the Thames River & bike path

Accessible:
SoHo is in walking distance to downtown London, 9 different city bus routes pass through SoHo.

Great food:
Delicious ethnic cuisine, 6 local bakeries & delis

Schools:
Aberdeen Public School, St. John French Immersion Catholic School (JK-8)

Kid friendly:
Child Reach, London’s nicest OEYC (Ontario Early Years Centre), The Boys & Girls Club, $4 million new Aquaplex pool and much more!

Spiritual:
8 Churches, including a Buddhist Temple

Retail and Services:
many local businesses on our commercial corridors

SoHo is within easy walking distance of:

Downtown London: Citi Plaza, Central Library, YMCA and Goodlife Fitness, Victoria Park, Covent Garden Market, Budweiser Gardens, Rainbow Cinemas

Wortley Village, Thames Park & Thames Outdoor Pool (50m pool, diving well, wading pool)

VIA Train Station and Greyhound Bus Station

Secondary Schools: Beal Secondary, Central Secondary, Catholic Central High School, and South Secondary (renowned for their outstanding academic, athletic, music, fine arts, and technology programs)

Lester B. Pearson School for Fine Arts
St. Mary’s Choir School